The weeks can be long, but today is Friday eve so the weekend is almost here! Today I want to remind everyone how important it is to be kind and understanding, especially during painful and tragic times like so many are at this awful time. Something critical in life is to know we never can be certain or understand what another person might be facing in life. We are not walking in their shoes and they may try ignoring their feelings, which can make them behave in unusual ways. When we encounter another person that is acting negatively or unpleasantly, STOP and THINK because they could be dealing with extremely challenging times in their life!
Most of us have seen the news and the terrifying issues that Ukraine is dealing with now. We might know someone that has family and or friends living in Ukraine and understand they are fearing for those they care about safety. Now is a great time to try to go the extra mile for others. Life is short and fragile, which is why I have always believed we should live each day as if it is our last because we never know when our time on this earth is going to run out.
The quote I would like to share with you today is meant for every day of our life, not just today. I hope you will see the beauty and meaning in this quote and I would love to know how it made you feel. I have been tired of the hate this world is filled with and want more than anything for it to end. Unfortunately, I am not able to change the world, but I hopefully can shed a little light on this. Maybe this is something you feel as well and want to discover a change. If everyone around the world could work together, there might be a chance!
Thank you for visiting my site today. I hope what I have shared resonated with you and you want the same things as I do, happiness and love from sea to shining sea, and everywhere in between. Let us not just stand for those in Ukraine, but let us be united together as one with all countries. I hope you have a great afternoon and do all you can to stay safe. Please never forget I am always sending y’all LOTS of love, comfort, support, and MANY positive vibes!
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