…waking up in the morning and nothing hurts. Not everyone can say that.
…when you can walk. Some people don’t have that luxury.
…that you have the convenience of a grocery store carrying everything you need. I have visited countries where that is not the case.
…to have employment that not only supports your family, but supplies you with a sense of worth. I cannot think of anything that matches the feeling of accomplishment.
…to love and be loved back. It provides a lifetime of memory-making that will astound those around you.
…paying bills without wondering where the money is going to come from. Twenty-twenty hindsight taught me it was a needless worry that only increases stress levels.
…eyes that can see. Some people are blind.
…vision. Its different than sight. Vision is looking ahead to desired goal. Too many feel their future is hopeless.
…friendships. To have a friend is to be a friend. I have been in a room full of people and felt alone. To reach out and get acquainted with someone can be a mind-expanding experience.
…the medical field. Whether it be mental health or physical, doctors and nurses have made it their life ambition to be of service to others. In other parts of the world, they are few and far between.
My words have all the makings for being preachy. That is not my intent; through my life, I have experienced the above. Where there is breath, there is hope. I wasted too many years taking these things for granted.
To go through life with any of the above situations is frightening. With all my heart, I want you to know that you don’t have to be alone. Not to suggest life will be easy. Sometimes we need to take one step at a time. It’s a process, the one that helps the most is the Lord.
I have heard of a young teen, having a swimming accident that left her a quadriplegic. She offers hope and encouragement to others in her position. How can she do that? There is a blind woman that sews quilts. How is that possible? I can’t answer either question. All I can tell you is what is. I will add a little spoiler alert. Jesus is coming back to gather his believers, and every eye will witness the event.
What I do know is when God’s son, Jesus, died on a cross, he sent a Comforter that helps us through those hard times. Relying on him to get you through the day is a life-changing experience. I urge you to give him a chance.
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We tend to take things for granted. Even the most profound. Thanks for the reminder.
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I think my recent back situation opened my eyes a bit! When all is well, it’s hard to fathom life any other way.
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