Accepting the Mystery of the Blessed Road
You never know when or where a blessing will come your way. The trick of it is to not expect a blessing — just do the right thing — and let the goodness flow over you.
In the past, I’ve written here in the Boles Blogs Network — even though I can’t find the actual article right now to link it — about other “David Boles” people in the world or “Danny Boles” or “Doody Boles” or “Debbie Boles” or “Davon Boles” or or “Dennis Boles” or “Declan Boles” or “Damnyou Boles” who use my Gmail address as their Gmail address because they are not paying enough attention to what their email address really is as they are typing.
Getting someone else’s email happens as a daily part of my routine. I get bank notices and overdue insurance bills and military savings plans payouts and a whole host of other highly private and embarrassing legal and medical miasma from people that should never end up in my Inbox.
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