The last turkey sandwich has been eaten, visiting relatives have returned home, Thanksgiving goes into the memory bank. Right behind it is the craziness of Christmas, only 23 days away. Those 23 days will be filled with decorating and parties and food and shopping and present wrapping. While there is much joy to the season, it can also be stressful and sometimes a little sad as we think about people who are no longer with us or family members who will be celebrating the holidays away from home.
As I was thinking about the days ahead and hoping to keep them in perspective, I came across these words saved and then forgotten in the bottom of my purse.
I believe in the sun, even when it is not shining.
I believe in love, even when feeling it not.
I believe in God, even when God is silent.
Somehow they gave me comfort and reassured me that no day is one we cannot get through. I hope the same is true for you no matter how you spend the next 23 days.
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13 thoughts on “Reassuring Words”
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Thank you, calming thoughts indeed for these busy days
So wonderful and true!!!…thank you so much!
Always a joy to read your posts. Missing you in Maine
perfect post! xx puts life totally into perspective x j – special hugs to you
Love that note at the bottom of your purse!
It is always wonderful to read your words……today’s words are VERY Special……thank you friend…..Kit
These are very comforting words. As joyous as Christmas is, we can’t help but think of those that won’t be sharing it with us this year.
What a thoughtful post…
Enjoy those days leading up to Christmas……..stay calm and remember to smile and enjoy every moment!
Linda, that is one of my favorite thing the choir sings too. I think it was found written on the walls of one of the camps during the holocaust.
Those are beautiful! I have heard the one about God but not the other two before! Thanks for sharing!