There was time in my life when I allowed another’s lies to define who I was. That was a lifetime ago; and that time has ended. I don’t know why God put this on my heart today. Maybe with all the violence and ugliness going on in the world, we all need to be reminded to love one another. Maybe someone needed the message I had to impart.…"Lessons I’ve Learned"
When someone tells you no, does it register? Do you stop what you are doing or saying? Or, do you continue? No, means no! No, I do not want that food. No, do not sit on the dog. No, I do not want to answeryour question. No. No. NO! I recently wrote a piece on manners for my blog; and one of the commenters asked me to write on accepting no. Her example was one…"When no means NO!"
Sundays – they always seem to be a day of enlightenment, a day of renewal. I returned home a short time ago from our “normal” Sunday morning activities. Each Sunday morning, Hubby and I, along with many others from church, visit the local nursing home to say theRosary with the residents. Not normally one for making friends easily, I have become friends with an older couple who come to the nursing home for the Rosary on Sunday…"From the Heart – Sundays as a day of enlightenment"