I am lucky to be a grandmother.
I love having God’s forgiveness and grace.
I have many I consider friends but few that I know would have my back. Sadly.
I believe all life has a right to live…even unborn children.
I try daily to lift someone up because I have been where they are at, at one time or another…at least close to it.
Wish that everyone would treat others fairly and care…really care about their feelings. Like they would their own.
Have a good day!
I think the saddest thing for us humans, is that we cannot get over things that happen in our lives. We hold onto them, hoping that in that we can somehow repair the damage done, but sadly, we can’t. If we truly are heartbroken, we cannot fix it by simply holding onto the hurt we feel.
We should allow ourselves time to get over the initial hurt. We should allow ourselves to put it aside, as well. There is a time and place for everything. One of our most destructive things we can do is to replay our hurts, replay our heartbreaks, replay our past mistakes.
If you truly want to free yourself, you must put things into perspective. You must prioritize things, and you should allow room for error or time to just get past things. It will not happen in a day. It will take courage. It will take fortitude, It will be hard at times, and sometimes it will seem impossible. That is just the nature of things.
Rome was not built in a day,, and neither is removing heartaches and disappointments, or mistakes. You are human, allow yourself to be and then pick yourself back up and get back to living.
In order to love life, we must love ourselves enough to actually live it.
Just some thoughts for today!
I shall be here waiting on this side of the rainbow!
Each tear…without you near. Each moment…with words that I wish my heart would eliminate. Each pain…feeling like it’s all in vain. Each word…wondering and worrying, its absurb. There is always an equal and opposite reaction,an action and reaction. Make yours count. Make wise choices.
“Never make your home in a place. Make a home for yourself inside your own head. You’ll find what you need to furnish it – memory, friends you can trust, love of learning, and other such things. That way it will go with you wherever you journey.”
― Tad Williams
Robert Paul “Tad” Williams is an American writer. He is the international bestselling fantasy and science fiction author of the multivolume Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn series,
Hearts…one of our greatest organs. Yet one that holds our deepest pains. How can something so great also be the carrier of so much pain? I guess with its capabilities one can surmise that without our greatest pains and our greatest organ…we would not be alive. Odd how life and pain go hand and hand.