Last week’s blogpost dealt with an incident without a happy ending – something not to be proud of. Competition unfinished, car crashed but repairable, mainly the roof needing to be replaced. Fortunately, The Castiron had then the chance to buy (as a bargain) a damaged vehicle of the same type as spare parts donor – today’s picture speaks for itself.

Stay humble – what has such a term do with unintended disliked incidents? Things like these can bring you immediately down to earth. From then on, it becomes a question of a personal attitude, a fundamental attitude. Stay humble – towards the vehicle and the track, opponents and other fellow human beings and before God.

It is mainly the pastor’s perspective, but not only – it is for the entire life. You have to see it for yourself, it is best to bear in mind, it is an on-going story – become humble, be humble, stay humble. The Holy Bible says „... To act justly and to love mercy und to walk humbly with your God“ (Micah 6, verse 8).

Last but not least: to be humble, to stay humble really helps – though easier said than done! The Castiron suggests casting a glance in the Holy Bible, for instance Proverbs 22, verse 4 (please see recommendation). A wise advice to this subject – one of many.

See you next Friday.   -   God bless you, all the best!   The Castiron

Recommendation:       https://www.bibleserver.com/NIV/Proverbs22%3A4

PS   For those who want to read more: unfortunate incidents and the question of the attitude are to be found in blogpost 121, too.

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