For those of us in my generation, Whitney Houston was an iconic part of growing up. Like many others celebrities, she became a legend – immortal you might say.
But we are all mortal.
The day came for Whitney Houston’s memorial service. A parade of celebrities eulogized her memory. Each of them sharing their personal experiences with Whitney and their grief over the loss of a close friend.
I recall one of them testifying that Whitney was a Christian. Oh – I didn’t know that.
Whitney Houston’s musical accomplishments were an enduring part of an entire generation. But her death and memorial service has shaped my life even more.
I was outraged as I listened to all of Whitney’s “close friends” eulogize her. By blood boiled.
“Where were you when your good friend needed you the most?”
I made a resolution that I will come alongside my good friends when they are in need. I’m no hero or celebrity, but I can do that! I don’t want to be in the position of offering a eulogy with a burden of guilt.
Furthermore, I want to live my life in such a way that no one will find out that I was a Christian – AT MY FUNERAL.
That’s what I think. I’m interested in your thoughts. There’s lots of ways to hit me up so let me hear from you.
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