Why Every Day Matters β€οΈ

I am reminded to appreciate every blessing and every day. A dear sweet and kind friend just experienced the unexpected death of a close family member. There are no condolences that fully help one who is grieving. While I prefer the term “passing on,” it really does not matter. What is most important now is picking up the pieces of a life no longer in the physical realm, making peace with life again, and finding the strength to go on.

This is one reason why I strive to be happy and to bask in the goodness of every single day. I, too, have experienced great loss and grief. It is often very challenging to regain balance and positivity.

I gently and loving suggest – to count your blessings today and embrace your life. ❀️Regardless of what’s going on in your life or in society, there are so many things to appreciate and love right here and right now. πŸŒˆπŸ™

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11 thoughts on “Why Every Day Matters β€οΈ

    1. Thank you, Peter, for your thoughtful and kind words. I agree with you and I’m realizing that all experiences serve us in one way or another. It’s just up to us to see it. It’s nice to meet you. I look forward to getting to know you and reading your posts. πŸ˜€πŸ’–

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