I am grateful for so many things but at this moment, I’m reflecting on the beautiful family and friends that have been placed in my life. We love one another and help each other to grow in love. Today i will try to do something that will strengthen those connections.
My greatest difficulty today is the passing of my dear husband 3 months ago. Yet I’m learning how to continue life on my own in a new way. I’m strengthened by the fact that we always shared our faith together and grew together from that experience. I feel blest from the 60 years we had together and strengthened by that memory. Life is a gift.
The question itself resonates with me because I know I don’t make the effort to have moments of awe. I’m discovering my own lack of attention to the life around me.
I need to learn how to be quiet and to listen. I don’t have all the answers. In fact, I probably don’t have ANY answers. My desire to talk is sometime driven by an ego that needs to be more humble.
thank you Katrina.
How kind of you to reply. Thankyou.
Thank you. What you said sounds much like myself
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