Me and my wife revisited some of our saddest memories, yet were overcome by the immensity of the current blessings of the experiences we have been allowed to see, touch, smell, sense, hear, know, and feel.
Our little trip for a few days brought us some real perspective on how good things are and how much we take the daily life comforts for granted. We learned a lot from our camping, most of it because of our leaps of faith in the little moments as they each opened up their possibilities to us.
We miss our loved ones that have passed and the memories alone are enough to shake us up. We have realized that things have many sides to them to see, and to realize our worth is important so that we can hold onto that worth and value and selfless integrity love that makes life so precious in the first place, by seeing that positive gift in the breaths we take.
It's a hard choice.
It's an easy choice.
It's a choice we always have to make.
Donald R. Anderson. Aspiring writer. Amateur philosopher and amateur writer of Apologetics (i.e., the Catholic reasonings). Faith-driven kindred spirit.