"The strength of your walk depends on the preciousness of others."
This is one of the basic principles of the Searcy home, and this weekend, as Asher and I camped out in my parents' living room, it came to mind again. It's easy to consider the preciousness of others when you're staying for a weekend. It's harder when you're pregnant and chronically tired, or living with someone else's sick children, or when life in general is not going as planned. Even worse is that, as often as not, I don't even think about it. I think about myself most of the time.
I stink at it, but I want to do it better. That's what has been on my mind today.