ADDoration Ministries
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
God is SO GOOD; although I have ADD.

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Yes, I would like to hear from you, about your sharings and concerns. It could be an excellent opportunity to share love. Maybe you know of some doors that could open for ADDoration Ministries.

However I need to practice wise stewardship of my time.

FOREMOST RULE -- THIS IS A SPAM-FREE ZONE.
I check the e-mail expecting to hear from an ADD sufferer, but it is disappointing when it is instead spam. I then immediately use delete key. Please be considerate.

I cannot promise you any response to your e-mail. That I didn't respond doesn't mean that it wasn't wanted. In fact, I often greatly appreciate an e-mail and then don't respond.

Remember that I have ADD. I have the typical time management problems associated with ADD. As an ADD person, sometimes I need to suppress my tendency of an exaggerated sense of duty. I have a life to live outside of ADDoration Ministries.

Please, no attachment to your e-mail. I have no way of knowing whether the attachment has a virus. I practice safe computing, by never opening attachments, unless I am certain of the attachment and am expecting it. Computer viruses are spread through e-mail attachments. Some viruses are distributed by automatically invisibly sending attached e-mails to persons in your address book file. Although most computer users are decent people, unfortunately there are some out there with a demented sense of humor, who would create viruses.

Another courtesy I request is please leave my e-mail address off of your "forward" mailing list. I mean a mailing list for forwarding articles, jokes, or uplifting stories. As I was saying, I need to practice wise stewardship of my time. Although a story is supposed to be uplifting, the story teller takes too long to get to the punch line, because he must include every dramatic detail. And the long story exceeds the attention span of an ADD-er. If the mass forwarding is about a virus, chances are that it's a hoax. If the mass forwarding is about a "warning," chances are that it's an urban legend. A popular web site for debunking urban legends ishttp://snopes.com/. BTW, abstaining from forwarding will NOT bring bad luck, contrary to what some mass forwardings say.

Mass forwarded prayer requests -- the problem is that the information is probably obsolete. There is no way for the originator to update everybody who has received the prayer request. It has happened that the prayer request continues to circulate after the person has been healed of the ailment.

Although I have put in the above admonitions -- Nevertheless, DO drop me an e-mail. (: (:

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<*(((>< your ADD brother in the Risen Christ,
Lester Hemphill
Founder of ADDoration Ministries