A few weeks ago Neil Wheeler gave me a note he had written as the result of our discussion in a Bible class. The note said, we should “Be careful of the dirt you rake up, you never know what nasty things might take root.” We both laughed because the lesson was about tale-bearing and gossip. And the truth is the things we dig up often take root. Often times, weeds grow in my garden because I till deep enough to bring the seeds to the top and they take root. Sometimes life is like that, especially when we dig…

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