A few reflections today…
Life is so very short.
Life can bring the unexpected.
Lives can be touched by others in so many unexpected ways.
The past two weeks have left me thinking a great deal about what impact one life can make.
What I have decided is that one life can make a difference.
One life intersects so many other lives in a lifetime. It is simply amazing.
So what is my take away?
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Wonderful advice. Continuing to keep you all close in thought.
Thanks so much!
Wonderful reflections and meaning full conclusions. Thanks for sharing.
Thank YOU for stopping by and commenting. Hugs!
Beth, all your posts related to you dear nephew have made me think about life, so thanks for that. Yes, we just have to be ourselves, and committed to a Higher Purpose.
Thanks so much for your sweet words about our Carlton. He was the best brother in law ever, always loving, always free with his hugs and always entertaining as you can tell from my posts. He will be so missed but I continue to be amazed at the number of lives that he touched in his 49 years. Thanks again.
Amen. Every life holds value. Every. Single. Life.
Thank you, Audrey. It becomes clearer to me each and every day how each life has value. Thank you so much for your love and continued support.
Splendid advice — thank you for saying it so well!
Ah— thank YOU!!!!
Beth Ann, beautiful reflections. Life is so full of amazing people and things that God provides if we will only open our hearts and minds. These reflections we all need to have and use.
Just be! That’s it…
Thinking of you and yours and sending much love. xo
Thanks so much, Susi, for your words and your love across the miles.
Carlton was just himself and it was enough…more than enough. That’s the lesson he shared with everyone he touched. Hugs to you and your husband.
You are so correct–Carlton was more than enough and everyone who came in contact with him was blessed. Thanks for stopping by!
Beautiful words. If only more of us would heed them.
Thanks — sometimes I need to just remind myself of this so it was a good way to nudge me into that memory.
Great words – be kind. It is really pretty simple.
Be excellent to one another.- Bill & Ted