Lost & Found

Have you ever found someone who was lost?

There are several ways to be lost. A dog can run away during a storm and struggle to find home. A child can walk away in a grocery store and both parent and child can experience a few moments of panic. These examples tend to get resolved quickly.

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confusion , direction , arrow

There is another kind of lost that happens to adults outside of obvious awareness. Some people get lost like they tend to drift – too distracted for passion or drive. They’re unable to remember their higher purpose. For these people remember this story:

A man driving through a town deep in the country stops his car and calls to a farmer sitting on a bench in front of the General Store.

“Can you help me? I’m completely lost.”

The farmer called, “Well, do you know where you are?”

“Yes, I saw the name on the sign as I drove into town.”

“All right, do you know where you’re going?”

The driver named the town he was trying to find.

The farmer shrugged. “Shoot, you ain’t lost; you just need some directions.”

The next time you find someone who is lost, help them find their Point A and Point B, then nudge them in the direction of what is truly important.

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