Chick-fil-A Owner Upholds Corporate Standards
Let’s say you owned a respectable fast food franchise.
Every day you serve affordable, flavorful food in a bright, warm environment to hundreds of happy customers.
Then one day, in walks a homeless man.
He wants to know if you have any work that he can do for you, in exchange for food.
What would you do?
Read here about what the owner of a Chick-fil-A franchise did.
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What about you? Do you see a link between living a spiritual life and retaining your health?