Wednesday, June 25, 2008
Lately I've been listening to this song by the fray called how to save a life. The song is about this guy wondering where he went wrong, and how things could have gone differently if he'd known what do do to save his friend's life. There's an interesting story behind it.
The thing is, I do know how to save a life. It's a value for value thing, a one-for-one.
Laying down a list of what is wrong won't do it.
Praying to God that he hears you won't do it.
Lowering your voice and slipping past his defenses and staying up with him all night and all the skill with people techniques in the world won't do it.
How to save a life is to lose yours.
It hurts. It costs.
And saving a life and saving a friend are not the same thing.
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