My wife had a difficult day in the kitchen last Friday. First, she got distracted and forgot about the chili she was cooking. By the time she remembered to check on it, it had boiled over and made a mess all over the stove.
Later, she realized that she had undercooked some boiled eggs, and they weren’t going to work for the dish she had planned to make.
A bit frustrated, she decided that she would get on Facebook and vent about her bad day. However, when she got online, she noticed that many people were commenting on the school shooting in Connecticut. Immediately, she decided that she hadn’t had such a bad day after all.
“…Mourn with those who mourn.”—Romans 12:15.