The kitchen prepares and serves breakfast, lunch, and snack to about 100 people, 5 days a week (most of the eaters are shorter than 3 feet tall and adorable). I’ve done it before. No biggie.
In comparison, at my other job, I work with business owners and government officials, free-lance writing about current projects, training, travels, budgets, and networking.
So, today at work in the kitchen, I am walking down the halls making sure the children get their milk. And I walk pass a child and her mother. The child is patiently waiting for mom, but not really, because the squiggly child is about 20 feet ahead of mom.
I hear the mother say, “Yes sweetie, here I come. Remember we need to go to the bathroom first and clean the poop off your dress. It was an accident, and it is okay that we clean your dress.”
No judgment. No hard feelings. No arguing. No justifications.
I smiled at the scene and will look to find it repeated by CEO’s and officials.
From 21st Century Science and Health, “When speaking of God’s children, not the children of human beings, Jesus said, “The kingdom of God is within you;”that is, Truth and Love prevail in the real man and woman, showing that spiritual being in God’s image is eternal and not fallen. Jesus perceived in Science the perfect person, who appeared to him where sinning mortals appeared to worldly thinkers. In the perfect person, the Savior saw God’s own likeness, and this correct view of man and woman healed the sick. Consequently, Jesus taught that the realm of God is intact, universal, and that person is pure and holy.”
 Luke 17:21