- “Get what you can get while you can get it.”
“Look out for number one (yourself).”
“It’s a dog-eat-dog world.”
How much do you see those mantras play out around you, in your workplace, at your school, within your circle of friends and family?
- Paul writes to “value others above yourselves, not looking to your own interests.” In reality, how hard is that for you to do on a day-to-day basis? In what situations is this most challenging for you?
- “There’s something more important than being right: love.” How do you try to live that out? How do you find the balance between truth and love, or valuing someone even when you disagree?
- Who in your life is a great example of someone who loves selflessly and inspires you toward mutual selflessness?
- What’s one way you can set aside your own interests in humility this week to honor, value, and love someone more selflessly?