03/16/17 Grif.Net – Dusting

03/16/17 Grif.Net – Dusting

Dust if you must . . . but wouldn’t it be better =

To paint a picture, or write a =

Bake a cake, or plant a =

Ponder the difference =
between want and need.


Dust =
if you must . . . but there is not much time,

With rivers to swim and mountains to climb! =

Music to hear, and books to =

Friends to cherish and life =
to lead.


Dust if you must . . . but the world’s out there =

With the sun in your eyes, wind =
in your hair;

A flutter of snow, =
a shower of rain:

This day will =
not come around again.


Dust =
if you must . . . but bear in mind,

Old age will come and it’s not =

And when you go, and go you =

You, yourself, will make =
more dust.


[Remember, a ‘house’ only becomes a =
‘home’ when you can write "I Love You" in the dust =
on the end table.
Just don’t write the date, =



Dr Bob Griffin = =

"Jesus Knows Me, This I =