A Morning Meditation on Easter Sunday…
For me…this is the most simplistic and doable spread I’ve ever allowed myself.
And for me…this was one of the most memorable moments I’ve had since the loss of my grandmother, since the absence of my mother and father, and since my growing abundance of my small family that surrounds me right now that I’ve ever had.
This moment is to be planted and harvested—it is to be stored; because it’s the first of its kind that will remind me of how I once did something that went against an old behavior.
Today—I am new.
New traditions and new happiness happen when we allow ourselves the freedom to embark on new adventures and opportunities in our lives. Growth, though sometimes painful and often difficult, allow us to see new beginnings, new possibilities, and new ways of life like never before.
That’s a very good thing.
In fact, sometimes, it is the light at the end of a long tunnel. The mat in front of the doorstep, the caring call from a new friend or neighbor, a memory of times past when we were together that reminds us of what life is really all about—love.
And how that looks for you today, even if it’s different than yesterday, is something that can never die. Love endures forever. And that is a foundational truth.
Love. Short and sweet, is all we need.
If you are full of it today, consider sharing it. Love. More than food, love can be felt and it can be shared sometimes by simply being present.
Sometimes being present is the actual gift.
And Amen to that.
2 thoughts on “Mindfulness.”
This Easter was very different for me too. I usually have all the family at my house on holidays but I just wasn’t up to it this year so everyone had their own little family gatherings. My hubby and I celebrated together by ourselves. Hopefully, next year will be back to normal.
I think about you so much, Brenda, and pray for you quite often. You are one of those special people you never forget, one of the ones so deeply rooted in such great life experiences and memories. I’ll always be grateful for you for what you did for Gage at such an early and sometimes uncertain time in our lives. Thank you. ❤️
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