This little guy made me smile, I hope it brightens your day too.
I’ve realized letting go is a process of letting go and letting go again. I have “let go”per se but at times little fragments of the past float up into my thought bubbles throughout the day. I’ve learned to enjoy the feeling of memory. Whether it was a learning experience that may have been painful at the time, or a happy memory full of warm fuzzy feel good feelings, Embrace it and cherish every last memory.
They all combine to make the you that you are right now in this moment, Love yourself!
I’ve had so much happen since I wrote last. I’ll write a more in depth update soon, I just wanted to say hello and that I’ve missed you all.
It’s crazy to think something as simple as a smile could change someone’s day, but it truly can! Especially to people you don’t even know. Showing people that we are still kind and have compassion. It seems to get lost in the mess of our own day to day lives, so busy and chaotic at times. Simple acts such as holding the door for someone, saying thank you. As small as these things seem they are contagious! There are people who have no one positive in their lives or maybe no one at all. Love, M
The Dash Between
by Ron Tranmer
I knelt there at the headstone
of one I love and cried.
Name, with dates of birth and death
were perfectly inscribed.
I pondered these two dates
and how little they both mean
when compared to the tiny dash
that lies there in between.
The dash serves as an emblem
of our time here on the earth,
and although small, it stands for all
our years of life, and worth.
And our worth will be determined
by how we live each day.
We can fill our dash with goodness,
or waste our life away.
To ourselves, as well as others,
let’s be honest, kind and true,
and every day, live the way
we know God wants us to.
May we look for opportunities
to do a worthy deed,
and reach out with compassion
to those who are in need.
For If our hearts are full of love
throughout our journey here,
we’ll be loved by all who knew us
and our memory they’ll hold dear.
And when we die, these memories
will bring grateful, loving tears,
to all whose lives were touched
by the dash between our years.