In Weakness, Strength
Honesty is a virtue. I’m not sure anyone would argue with that. It’s good to be honest about how we deal with our neighbours and about answering people’s questions.
But we’re not always honest about needing help.
Maybe that’s because we think “being strong” is the same as being independent. (It’s not.)
Strength isn’t about pretending to have it all together, knowing all the answers, and lying about how perfect your life is. (That’s just stubborn foolishness.)
In fact, it’s the strong ones who are honest about needing help. And it’s also the strong ones who are serious about getting that help. On June 4th at Westminster, I explained why.
It was part 2 in our series called Stronger – 3 keys to what everyone wants to be but few achieve. The message is called “In weakness, strength.”
Listen in. (And get stronger.)