"It's been said, sometimes seriously, and yet sometimes tongue in cheek, that the average person suffers from three delusions.
First, that he has a good sense of humor.
Second, that he's a good driver.
And third, that he's a good listener.
"Now I've always thought that it was pretty important to have a good sense of humor in life. I think that makes life go a little bit better. And in our civilization and in our culture, it's very very important that we're good driver.
"But of those three, the only one that's absolutely crucial to spiritual growth is that we be good listeners."Love this anecdote and intend to steal it for use in my own teaching!
– Scott Wenig, speaking at South Fellowship, April 6, 2014