Why is it so hard for me to learn to never judge? Never.
When news exploded with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s split from the Royal Family, I faulted Meghan for the enchanted wedding that almost all little girls dream about and living in a castle with lavish riches at her disposal—then walking out of the fairytale. My thought was—I hope people in the UK won’t think that all Americans are that selfish, self-centered and vacillating.
Then I read that Meghan had accepted a movie role and realized that God had gifted her with extraordinary good looks and talent, and that she was walking out her gifting. And I thought about my writing. It will never bring in lavish amounts of money, fame, and success—but it’s my gifting and I will continue to walk in it…even if I must walk out of situations to continue.
So instead of getting sucked into negative news again, I’ll celebrate the calling God gave me by introducing my newest book. And I will try not to judge so readily—really.
Cordy arrives in Quartzsite, Arizona, from London, England, to decide the future of her aunt’s museum, a shrunken head that “speaks,” and to solve a 30-year-old murder—but she must not—simply must not fall in love again with her childhood sweetheart—because he might be the killer.
2 thoughts on “Never Judge – Never”
Steph, you are just amazing! You really are. Another book?? No one can ever accuse you of wasting your gifts! As for Megan, I feel she hasn’t had a chance from day 1. The British press have had it in for her from the outset, so I certainly forgive her for taking a different path. In her shoes and with her talents, I’d do the same 🙂
I agree, Val. No one can turn their backs on the talents that God has given them and be happy and fulfilled. Hope you are enjoying Portugal and staying warm. Glad that’s your path for now!