I love to hear those words, “Today is the day the Lord has made, let us rejoice and be glad in it”. Each day is a gift, a blessing. You never know when it is your last day or someone else’s so make sure you show only love, not hate. The saddest stories are those when someone has passed and someone is regretting the last conversation they had with that person.
That happened to me with my sister Liberty. She was a year younger than I and we loved each other, but like sisters do, we had a difference of opinion. Before we had a chance to talk again, she died in a car accident. Sad times. When we went to her home to clear out her items (she was a single mom), she had a journal. I read the last passage she wrote which was regarding our conversation with the words “how could she say that to me”. I closed the book and read no more, but those words have haunted me all these years. I yearn to tell her how much I loved her and to hug her.
Please remember to show love to your children, spouse, family, friends and all you come in contact with. Let their last thought of you be a good one and a blessed one.
Today is the day the Lord has made…