There is always a Mr. Potter in our lives
Mr. Potter may be an illness, a financial crisis, a demanding boss, or so many other “unfair” things in life. In order to grow, we ignore, overcome, rise above, serve others, confront, and conquer. In the end of the movie, Mr. Potter did not change, in fact he was worse than ever. However, George and the rest of the town by passed him, leaving him powerless.
of influence on others is not paraded in front of us to assist us in the realization of our accomplishments. Still, it is good to realize we have been of some good in the lives of others. Throughout the entire movie, George sacrificed his trips, his education, and desires so someone else’s needs could be met. Nearly every mother can look back and see sacrifices she made for her children, whether it be education, clothing, food, frivolities, and extras in her life. Our lives are made up of small daily acts that interact with others, serving, helping, and influencing.
happened in life had you not been around to make it happen. I gave birth to four sons. My husband and I adopted three siblings adding two sons and our daughter to our family. It was not easy, but it was worth it. If I did not exist, what about them?
Thoughts to ponder and discuss
What are the Mr. Potters’ in your life?
What are some of your dreams?
How have you made an impact in the lives of others?
What sacrifices have you made in your life for others?
What would life have been like for those around you, had you not existed?