Have you every wanted a do over? You said something that, as soon as you finished saying it, you thought, “Oh my gosh, I wish I never said this”? We all have been there, and we all know what it’s like. Sometimes, these words can have a major impact on people’s lives, not just our own.
Recently, Al Lindner, host of the television show, “The Edge”, experienced an incident that left a lasting impression on him. He was out crappie fishing on a lake near the office, and as he was leaving, he passed by two guys who were anchored in a boat fishing a particular area. Al came a bit too close to them, and one of the guys said, “Al, you should know better.”
Al was taken aback by the words, and he wished he could take them back. He knew that, as a Bible-believing Christian, his actions should make a difference. He was so moved by the words that he wanted to apologize to the two guys if they were watching the show.
A Life-Changing Moment
Al’s experience was a life-changing moment for him. He realized that he should have known better and that his words and actions should have been more considerate. He wanted to share his story with others so that they could learn from his experience.
“I should know better and I just have to share that with you because again if you’re watching I’m sorry. I’m sorry. I’m sorry. What you said, those words, I should know better, have changed my life for the better.”
Al’s story is an inspiring reminder that we should always strive to do better and be more considerate of others. We should take the time to think about our words and actions and how they might affect those around us.
A Message from Al
Al wanted to share his story with his viewers and apologize to the two guys he passed by. He also wanted to wish everyone a good and safe fishing season.
“Hey from all of us here at the edge, you have a good safe fishing season.”
We can all learn from Al’s experience and strive to be more considerate of others. We should take the time to think about our words and actions and how they might affect those around us.