Good Morning Brown Clee!
This week we have been continuing to think about our value of the half term, Friendship, and how important it is that we learn to be a patient friend.
Have a watch of this short video and see if you can work out what might have happened if Abby BumbleBee had been more patient…..
Oh dear – Abby BumbleBee was in such a rush and was so impatient that she was rude and unkind to the Queen Bee! I wonder if the story might have had a different ending if Abby had been more patient and understanding to the Queen?
These days it is so easy to be in a rush – there is always something to do, or somewhere to be and it often feels there is such little time to do everything. We sometimes see this in our school work, when we are so eager to get it done and finished, that we actually don’t do any learning – we just complete the task as quickly as we can!
Sometimes we are so engrossed in our own work or activity, that we don’t have the patience and don’t find time to help our friends. Have you ever asked a friend for help, only for them to say that they are too busy? How would this make you feel?
I find that if I want to be a good friend, I have to consider my friends feelings before my own – that I have to develop patience and understanding so that I can be a good friend – a kind and helpful friend.
So as you go through today, see how you can be a good ‘friend’ with your family at home – can you give them more time, more patience and understanding?
So in the words of Herbert – “Don’t be in such a rush”!
Prayer of the Day
Please enable us to recognize the fruit of the Spirit within us.
Please help us to work at growing these qualities of love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.
Please show us and guide us as to how best we can use them for the good of those around us.