september 10, 2018

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“Your value doesn’t decrease based on someone’s inability to see your worth.” ~ Tinybuddha

 

cross bearer

 

Over the last two days I’ve had several conversations concerning evangelical and mainline denominations of the Christian faith. So it was with those talks in mind that I found it oddly coincidental when, tonight, I came across this photo from the 2014 Sorghum Festival parade. It was near the end of the shoot and it is just about as random as can be. There are no other photos associated with him. There’s no pictures of the float in front of him or behind. There’s a picture of a friend, then the friend’s son watching the ROTC march by, and in between is just a guy carrying a cross down the middle of the street as if he was invisible to everybody but me and one little kid. “Your value doesn’t decrease based on someone’s inability to see your worth,” is a pretty fitting quote I’d say. And you don’t have to carry a cross, literal or otherwise, to prove it. Just go do your thing.