Gratitude does too, for the many blessings our family has experienced over the years.
We often share these blessings by reminiscing after dinner while indulging in pumpkin pie.
Our family is also fortunate in that we get along very well. It's safe to say that we understand and appreciate one another. We are kind to one another. Rarely is there any drama. I am extremely grateful for that.
For some families, gathering around the table with loved ones can be challenging. Rarely does the scene resemble a Norman Rockwell painting.
I found this beautiful blessing for delicate situations such as this and wanted to share it with you.
If only we could with engage each other keeping this in mind:
"Learn to turn to each person as the most sacred person on Earth, to each moment as the most sacred moment that has ever been given to us. This moment may never happen again, because no two moments are alike. Are we perhaps awake a bit more, perhaps breathing together with God?"
~ Reshad Feild
Blessings of joy and appreciation upon you and your dear ones as you share one another's sacred company.