'Clean your window, friend?'

I've seen it happen in the streets as diverse as midtown Manhattan and the road to a West African airport. You come to a stoplight. A guy, poised on the sidewalk or in the median strip, with a bucket of water and a rag or squeegee, jumps beside the driver's door and starts washing the car's windshield. As the driver, you might mumble a protest, or smile at his entrepreneurial spirit and give him a tip—but who doesn't love a clean window on the world?

We naturally love a clear, unobstructed view. And in life, the best mental window cleanser just might be humility. It's that state of pure and open welcome to God's grace—to the spiritual ideas that inspire, correct, redirect, redeem, and bless. To thoughts that heal.

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