If There Is Anything That I Can Do, Let Me Know
Today's blog idea comes from my friend, Roy Brown, who posted the idea and asking people to pass it along. And I've actually posted this idea before.
Shortly before my brother lost his battle with cancer, I would often hear people say "If there's anything I can do, just let me know". Which is a nice thing to say, but it's RE-active. And what we need to be is PRO-active. Make the family a meal. Do their laundry. Put some gas in their car. Mow their yard/shovel their drive way. Anything you can do to take any burden that you can off of people who are going through hard times.
And they usually won't ASK for help because they feel like people have already done so much for them and hate to ask for more.