An inspirational thought of peace for those who believe in God or a higher power.
When God leads you to the edge of the cliff, trust Him fully and let go, only 1 of 2 things will happen,
either He’ll catch you when you fall, or He’ll teach you how to fly! ‘The power of one sentence!
God is going to shift things around for you today and let things work in your favor.
God closes doors no man can open & God… Continue reading
One day a woman’s husband died,
and on that clear, cold morning, in the warmth of their bedroom,
the wife was struck with the pain of learning that sometimes there isn’t ‘anymore’..
No more hugs,
no more special moments to celebrate together, no more phone calls just to chat,
no more ‘just one minute.’
Sometimes, what we care about the most gets all used up and goes away, never to return before we can say good-bye, or say ‘I love you.’
So while we have it, it’s best we love it, care for it, fix it when it’s broken… Continue reading
I last wrote about asking for help, because we can’t get through grief or any stressful life challenges alone. I realized some time back that I was blessed by people in my life that I considered as part of my “circle of strength” – those who are there for me when I ask and even when I don’t. We all need a circle of those who support us through the thick and thin of life, those we know we can truly count on support – so who is your circle of strength and are you calling on them… Continue reading
As we experience a loss it is important that you reach out and ask for help. Telling someone what you need is not shameful, nor is a sign of weakness. But asking for help may make you vulnerable and uncomfortable if you are used to doing everything yourself. (I say that from experience)
Most people feel helpless around you and would do anything to ease your pain, but we must remember to ask and not presume the people who love us are psychic!
Here are a few suggestions on tasks to start with;
– ask a neighbor kid to mow… Continue reading
Regret is one of those emotions you most likely will experience during grief. You might have regrets over things you wish you would have said or done while you had the chance, you have that thought – “If only I had….” this thought will probably persist until one day you come to terms with the fact you couldn’t have done anything differently. The thoughts of regret are really harmful and you must know you can change the past, but you have the future filled with new possibilities and opportunities to tell anyone you choose how important they… Continue reading