The Most Selfish Man In The World

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  1. Mike Gifford says:

    My wife for Christmas gave me her iPod. It was extremely sacrificial. Then a couple months later, she wanted to get a gym membership, but needed an iPod so she can be motivated to run. I bought her both. But when the new iPod came in, with its shiny new buttons, unscratched screen and jet black color my covetness went wild. I wanted my wife’s new iPod that I gave her, because she sacrificially gave me hers. Is that dumb enough?

  2. Ched says:

    Thanks for sharing this.

    A golden story.

  3. tdg says:

    Well done, Sir. It’s becoming sermon application tomorrow form a guy you don’t know who stumbled across it on the web.

  4. Tori Hughes says:

    Congradulations, you are no longer “The Most Selfish Man In The World” or the most selfish person, for that matter. Jamye and I have taken top billing for this one. I read your blog to Jamye on a near daily basis, not because I don’t want him to touch my Blackberry, but he likes it when I share what I am reading with him. Anyway….after reading today’s blog. it took us both about a second to compile a long, embarrassing, petty list of stupid, hurtful, and did I say petty?, list. Peanut butter doesn’t come close to the top 100 on our list. We will be calling our 4 grown children this afternoon to apologize for each and every complaint we thought was so important at the time in hopes to
    break the cycle before our issues impact their children. Where do we sign up for counseling?

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