Drain Your Neighbor’s Swamp

The Point

We all need friends. We don’t need “yesmen” or people to tell us that we’re always doing great even when we’re not. While we do need cheerleaders about half the time, once in a while we need help draining the swamps that seem too big to drain.

Rain is good, but too much overflows and garbage clogs the drain. When life makes a swamp in your neighbor’s back yard, be a good neighbor, yank the plug, and save the neighborhood from the stench. If the swamp swells in your own back yard, be thankful for good neighbors when they knock.