TO DO list, and I am happy
with what I have done.
When Daddy was so sick,
it was a lesson for me
to slow down.
I pushed him many places in a wheelchair, while he gained back his strength, and marveled at the rudeness
While I rejoiced when he was driving, again, oh, how I prayed for those behind him, but I also recognized that he had just as much of a right to be on that highway, as everybody else!
He paid his dues by living a good, honorable Life.
I was forced to slow down, and I am grateful for that lesson.
I often wish for others to experience a lesson in compassion, so they, too, can be better people.
We all need to stop, and listen.
In the silence,
we can pray to be
bound to the heart of God.
When we wander, often the gifts of the Spirit disappear, too.
Our focus changes, and we lose our compassion, and kindness.
It takes work to live peacefully with others whose values are different, but we have much to learn from each other.
Thank y'all, for what you teach me.
You are my sunshine!
I am simply blessed
to create ~charlotte♡