Hello

love2Dropping you a note today to tell you that I never stopped caring about you. I only stopped talking to you because your actions told me, loudly, that you wanted me to go away. So I did, I did so because it seemed it is what you wanted, and you must have, because you never asked why I left.

But I never stopped loving you…..I pray for you daily. You are on my mind often, not in a sad or angry way, but in a loving remembrance and a desire for your happiness and success. I will always be grateful for having known you.

Just because people come and go in our lives doesn’t mean we have to stop caring or loving……..it just means we do so from afar. And that is Ok! Sometimes we just have to say “it is what it is.” And move on!

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Generosity 

  
Lord, teach me to be generous; teach me to serve you as you deserve, to give and not to count the cost, to fight and not to heed the wounds, to toil and not to seek for rest, to labor and not to seek reward, except that of knowing that I do your will. Amen.  ~ St. Ignatius Loyola

Sending Love……….

911Today I am sending love to all those who were, are, affected by the events that took place 14 years ago today. I can only imagine the pain, then and now, and I pray for you all.  I also pray for all the courageous men and women who were first responders or second, or third….. and I pray for the rest of us. I pray for America and the world.

Today, as I do everyday, I pulled a Angel Card (Doreen Virtue) to see what wisdom I may gain and was touched by the accuracy of it. The card was the Heart Chakra, how appropriate that on this day so filled with pain I should pull a card about healing the heart.  There are a lot of hearts to be healed out there and I want you to know I am praying for you.  I am sending good thoughts and energy, to help heal and learn to live again.  I know some of us learn how to move on after a proper amount of time, but then there are those who get stuck and I pray for you today, Earnestly, passionately, I pray for you.  You may ask what is a proper amount of time anyway? And who says what that amount is? All I can say is there comes a time when our pain does not serve us anymore, in fact it begins to destroy us, it is at that point that we need to learn to move on.  Our loved ones would not want that for us. How do I know? If you were the one who was gone; would you want that for your loved one? Of course not. We do not want for our loved ones to suffer, we want them to learn to live a full life until the day we meet again.

To honor all those who have passed I pray that their loved ones will know some peace and learn to love again! ❤