On Friday my car broke down. I merged onto the Interstate, and it went berserk. It would go no faster than 30 miles per hour. Not only that, a loud hissing noise was lurking under the hood. I pulled into the next stop and noticed the problem – something by the engine had a big gash in it. Turns out, it was the ERG Valve – whatever that is. I needed help and help came. My mother came and picked me up. Then someone from church rescued, then fixed, my car. In life, whatever we face, whether it is a broken car or a broken heart, we need one another. Think of all the people who have helped you along the way. Then, think of those you have helped, or not helped. Reach out and be that friend someone needs today. Be that ear who listens and the smile they need to see. If need be, be that mechanic who fixes their ERG Valve – whatever that is!