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I tend to be tender hearted and sentimental about such things as I cry at weddings, at funerals if I know the family, at sad movies either on RV or in picture show, sad books, even sentimental over a greeting card depending on who gives it to me. This week I
received an email fro m a writer friend from Canada which gave me a lot think about.
"I realize that our adversity often makes us humble and we are more malleable when we are humble. So we can be shaped into something finer with each hardship! It sort of makes me look at hardships, adversity in our lives, with the expectation of learning and growing."
Here I quote my friend, Darlene, from her newsletter: “ Each event in our lives is to help purify us to become channels and to be of service in the world. Along the way, we experience untold hardships that help us to master a room of our consciousness. Themes of trust, faith, hope, love and more are all part of our spiritual contracts."
I like the way she said this.
It humbles me mightily when friends send me this type of correspondence via email..
Normally I get so much junk where people are trying to convince you that what they
want to sell you is the greatest thing since sliced bread [and me on a diet.]
I was reading a Guidepost book recently. The family was in church and the sermon
ended with this quote from Psalms 59:16:
“But I will sing your strength, in the morning I will sing of your love, for You are my fortress, my refuge in times of trouble.”
And as I was closing the book my bookmark fell to the table and I read the back of it.
Lois L. Kaufman had this to say. “Plant a seed of friendship; reap a bouquet of happiness.”
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