Healing the Heart through . . . Guilt?


Last updated 10/4/2021 at 11:12am

When I was growing up, I used to see my siblings doing chores, such as mowing the lawn in the summer or shovelling the sidewalks in winter. Like most small children, my turn came when I I matured and was able to physically do those chores.

Then as a teenager, two of my chores were to wash the supper dishes Monday to Friday, vacuum the rugs at least once a week and mow the lawn once a week in the summer. When I was in this teenage phase, I usually dragged my heels when it came to doing these two of these chores. I enjoyed mowing the lawn, but the other two chores were burdensome to me. I w...

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