Crazy weather we’ve been having over the past couple of weeks.  Last week, I think we experienced all four seasons in the span of four days. Summer on Thursday, winter on Saturday.   You gotta love Nova Scotia weather.  If nothing else, it certainly gives us something to talk about.  In one conversation, someone said “The only thing you can depend on with Nova Scotia weather is that you can’t depend on it.”  Which, although a fairly innocent comment about metrological affairs, would be a fairly scathing comment about someone’s character.

A very good question, I would think, would have to be, “How dependable am I?”  Jesus told us to let our “yes” be “yes” and our “no” be “no.”  Is that a reality in our lives?  Can people depend on us to do what we said we would do, when we said we would do it?  And if they can’t, then we have a problem bigger than strange weather patterns. It becomes a matter of integrity.  And you can be assured people will talk about that just like they talk about the weather.  I hope nobody will ever have reason to say, “The only thing you can depend on with Denn is that you can’t depend on Denn.” 
Have a great week, and remember: To see what is really possible, you will have to attempt the impossible.

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