Wednesday, August 5, 2015

farther and further

FARTHER denotes physical advancement in distance.

FURTHER denotes advancement to greater degree, as in time.  

(Via lessontutor.com)

We've been meeting at 5:30 am in our church parking lot three days a week for about four months now.  

When it comes to doing the hard things of life, farther and further both apply when we do them in the context of community, don't you think? 

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