In "Riddle and Mystery," a Tapestry of Faith program
Read the story aloud. Then ask:
Say, in your own words:
Most of us have to make many decisions in our lives. For the stonecutter, it was pretty easy—once he wished to become something new, he got his wish. In real life, what would you have to do to accomplish your goals?
Do you think becoming rich is a good goal to shape your decisions in life? Would the results make you feel fulfilled and happy?
What other goals might be good ones to help you shape decisions in your life?
Explain that when you have thought about and set important goals for yourself or when you feel a calling from deep inside to do or be something, decisions about what you should do with your life can be clearer. Ask:
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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