by Gabe Berman – the author of Live Like a Fruit Fly

Biggest Peace

This may mean I’m broken.

But it also may mean I’m whole.

This morning I watched a TED talk on gratitude and the speaker said that after eight years of marriage, she finally realized her husband, upon serving dessert to the family, always gives himself a smaller piece of pie so she could get the biggest.

I completely lost it.

Just lost it.

So, what does this mean about me?

I really don’t know.

And I really don’t care.

Either way, I wouldn’t trade it.

thank you as always,

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8 thoughts on “Biggest Peace

  1. Beautiful. It means you see the world with eyes wide open, and you have a heart that see’s the beauty in a man taking those small sacrifices (that to everyone else, may not seem like a huge act) that show his character. Bravo writer.

  2. The trait of a compassionate and thoughtful person. The happiness and comfort of the other person goes first. Nice story to share.

  3. What amazes me is that he kept on doing it for 8 years…EIGHT YEARS!! Not waiting for any payback, recognition or reward. Unconditional love at its best. Thank you Gabe for sharing!

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