What is worthy to you?
Here's an article you might enjoy. I'm referencing it this Sunday as part of the sermon, Foundations V: Worth-ship. You can follow the link to watch a video clip here.
"... for Arthur “Deke” Winston, turning 100 is no big deal. Not going to work from now on is what will take some getting used to.Winston retired this week after 75 years of cleaning and then supervising the maintenance of first, Los Angeles trolleys, and then buses. He never took one sick day and only missed one day of work — when his wife passed away."Mr. Winston died not long after this article was written, but his story is a good example of how we devote ourselves to the things we find worthy. In Mr. Winston's case, it's clear that hard work was something he valued.