As I observe people these days, it seems to me like people struggle to go all in for something, especially other people. I see people who are involved in lots of stuff or care about lots of things, but do not fully commit to anything really well. Or maybe they commit to a thing, but not to people. Maybe people are waiting for the bigger, better deal some times and so they do not commit to a thing or to a group of people. Maybe the only commitment they want is to the thing and not the people. Maybe they really do not care about the people. Maybe they do not see a connection between the thing and the people. Maybe my personal expectations of commitment to stuff and others is too high. I just do not know how to do things half way. Sports, work, friendships, church life, even watching a movie, I do not know how to do it half way. If I am going to do it, I am all in. I do it. I am there and I commit to the thing and the people. I think to truly be all in with people and to truly walk together with them, you have to be willing to stuff stuff you do not enjoy or will make you feel uncomfortable. I love people who go all in for others and for things – whatever the thing may be.