To be insignificant . . . is to be small
Yet being small is not insignificant.
Finding yourself last . . . is like finally getting up to bat in the bottom of the ninth inning
Yet the last at bat is not insignificant.
Not having gotten a word in edge-wise . . . can be an involuntary holding of the tongue
Yet avoiding many sorrows is not insignificant.
Remembering too late to make a difference . . . fuels the fire of regret in one’s belly
Yet preparedness at the Divine second chance is not insignificant.
Letting go of keeping score . . . might not win an argument in the moment
Yet grace under fire is not insignificant.
Waiting on the Lord for His perfect timing . . . feels like an eternity instead of the days
Yet joy in the morning is never insignificant when it comes.
And so I pray this night to be the humble . . . as one seen and still heard
By the One who makes me significant after all and says well done!