FASCINATION WITH PEOPLE’S BEHAVIOR

“Nothing on Earth is more interesting than studying the way people act.” – Fred Crowell

I marvel at the skill level people master. 

Bob and Kwan dazzle me as I watch them work on watches and clocks. 

At Jewelry Design Center I enjoy watching John work on jewelry. He is a master craftsman. 

My friend Wayne helped me make a beautiful jewelry box for Susie. Masterful describes Wayne’s work. 

Ron Sellars learned from his dad the art of making cars fast and beautiful. He turns junk into award winners. 

I love watching professional excellence; the gardener, the pure shooter, the actor, singer, dancer, the waiter, the house cleaner, or the parent loving their kids.  

Watching people who love their work, which in reality is their hobby and their passion, is pure joy for me. I can do this all day. 

My passion is being a student of human behavior.  In my opinion, nothing is more interesting or fascinating than studying people. 

Why does one flight attendant speak to each passenger with a smile and kind words while another seldom smiles or speaks?

Why does one boy on the basketball team say “thank you” and another seldom, if ever, offers a word of thanks?

Why does one person take responsibility for their actions and another never admits fault?

Fascinating?  How do we teach people effectively?  How can we motivate youth to love hard work?  How do we bring hope to the hopeless?

Loving God, loving life, and loving His people is a privilege I cherish. I hope and pray I get to do this for many more years.

“Therefore, as God’s chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience. Be tolerant of one another and forgive each other if anyone has a complaint against another. Just as the Lord has forgiven you, you also should forgive.” Colossians 3:12-13

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