Lunch with God
 

A little boy wanted to meet God. He knew it was a long trip to where God
lived, so he packed his suitcase with Penguin biscuits and a six-pack of lemonade and he started his journey.

When he had gone about three blocks, he met an old woman. She was sitting in the park just staring at some pigeons. The boy sat down next to her and  opened his suitcase. He was about to take a drink from his lemonade when he  noticed that the old lady looked hungry, so he offered her a Penguin biscuit.
 

She gratefully accepted it and smiled at him. Her smile was so pretty that
the boy wanted to see it again, so he offered her a can of lemonade. Again, she smiled at him. The boy was delighted! They sat there all afternoon eating and  smiling, but they never said a word.

As it grew dark, the boy realized how tired he was and he got up to leave,
but before he had gone more than a few steps, he turned around, ran back to  the old woman, and gave her a hug. She gave him her biggest smile ever.

When the boy opened the door to his own house a short time later, his mother was surprised by the look of joy on his face. She asked him, "What did you do today that made you look so happy?"

He replied, "I had lunch with God." But before his mother could respond, he added, "and you know what? She's got the most beautiful smile I've ever seen!"

Meanwhile, the old woman, also radiant with joy, returned to her home. Her son was stunned by the look of peace on her face and he asked, Mother, what did you do today that made you so happy?"

She replied, "I ate Penguin biscuits in the park with God."

However, before her son responded, she added, "and you know, he's much younger than I expected."
 

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Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a
listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of
which have the potential to turn a life around.

Remember, we don't know what God will look like.

People come into our lives for a reason, a season, or a lifetime.

Embrace all equally.

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