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For every human, the Coronavirus pandemic turned our 2020 plans upside down. Many have struggled with the unexpected loss of a loved one, loss of income. These have been difficult hardships. Many others are dealing with much less significant plan changes like cancelling vacations, graduations and family get-togethers.
One funny thing we will remember is how we’ve all had to cancel our haircut appointments.
At my January 29, 2020 haircut, I made a future appointment for March 12. Due to unforeseen work issues, I had to reschedule that appointment for March 26, which ended up being the week our state’s governor closed all hair salons. At the moment, my plan is for a haircut in early May.
But, James 4: 13-17 reminds us of some important principles when making our plans.