If I were a dog, I wouldn’t have an arrogant attitude. I wouldn’t drag myself around in self-pity or simmer in self-doubt.
If I were a dog, I’d chase squirrels and scratch behind my ears just like I’m supposed to without a single thought about what the other dogs are thinking.
Dogs don’t puff up with pride and stomp around in self-importance. They rarely think of themselves – unless it’s time for them to leave the house for a bit of “outdoor business”. But even then, they’re thinking of the homeowner and how he feels about his flooring. Right?
Have you ever looked down into those big brown eyes and seen anything but a friend?
At Seek God With Me, I’m sharing about self-importance and how crucial it is to fight against it.