One Family

You must look into people, as well as at them.
~ G.K. Chesterton

The other day I was on a hotel elevator when a couple walked in.  We rode together for a few floors, and then I heard the husband say, “I think you need to change.”

She said, “I think my clothes are all right.”

I said, “Maybe he’s not talking about your clothes.”

They stared at me in disbelief until they realized I was acting the part of a child, and then they laughed and we became family.

Wherever you are, wherever you go, you will meet your sisters and brothers.

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