For your consideration…..

When I was a in the 4th grade I read a biography about Abraham Lincoln. I always remember the book due to one particular part. Abraham Lincoln had a gold wedding band made when he married. He and Mary agreed that it would be engraved with the words, “Love is Eternal.”

Of course, as a 4th grader I thought those words were very romantic…and they are. But as I grow older, the meaning of love grows as well. This happens to all of us.

We see love in all things. We learn that love is essential for their sustenance. It is all good.

Today we are reminded that there is even more to realize about love. Love is eternal. It lives within our soul and travels with  us no matter where we are….no matter what Universe plane we are on. It is with us always. It does not die. It is always accessible. It is everlasting.

That is the HOPE. And so it is.

Bit by bit, piece by piece, HOPE by HOPE action steps anyone can take…..

-Meditate/pray…ask…”What is my next step for my highest good and the highest good of all?”

-Drink lots of water and less caffeine.

-Get outdoors and take in at least 10 deep breaths.

-It is Friday. Psyche yourself up for a fabulous weekend.

What made me smile yesterday……

-Our Alex is on USA soil and we got to talk to her on her cell phone. Yeah, it is turned back on and working.

-Hubby, Bruce’s, lawn tractor broke a couple of weeks ago. Every 10 minutes he was bemoaning it until I had to tell him to stop with the negativity. He called someone and they couldn’t come out for 3 weeks. Ultimately, I was impressed because he got out his owner’s manual, identified the part and part number and asked if you could order it on-line (which I did.) Our friend, Bob, came over on Tuesday and put the part on. So yesterday my hubby mowed the lawn and came in very excited saying it is working better than it has in  years…..all for $50.

-I am all set with logistics for our vacation.

-I couldn’t sleep last night. I hate when I wake up at 2:30 in the morning. But I love, love, love that I could text back and forth with Alex.

Love, Gratitude and Blessings,

Rev. Chris


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