Adversity reveals hearts. Give people gain or pain and you'll see their character.

Hat’s go on, when the roots come out, right?

We are in a cultural experience that has caught most of us by surprise.

Sure, we entertained ourselves with apocalyptic cinema, but we knew it was all pretend. Now we find ourselves in TP forts and with Lysol weaponry and it’s not what we expected.

So with non-essentials being closed, it’s hitting people in different ways.

Many people’s true colors are starting to show.

Hopefully by now you know that I’m not really going to be talking about hair color.

I’m talking about how adversity reveals hearts. Give people gain or pain and you’ll see their character.

The fruit of your life comes from the root of your life.

I’m seeing communities and neighbors coming together and helping each other in new and creative ways. People are putting aside differences and stepping up as much as they rationally can. Good people at heart, doing good things for their fellow man.

I’m also seeing people be nasty, rude, jealous and greedy. But I’m not going to spend time on that. Because as soon as I said it, people or situations came to your mind.

If you’re not happy with the roots that are showing, by the fruit that is growing and you’ve been disappointed by thoughts, feeling and actions. Then what are you going to change?

Do an honest check on yourself.

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