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Monday, December 21, 2015

May your Christmas be as happy as can be

For many folks, the season from Thanksgiving through New Year's Day can be a very rough time.  If possible, please hang some thoughts and prayers on your tree for those burdened with broken hearts and empty chairs.


Lisa Lane said...

This time of year has the highest rate of suicide, which is horrific for those left behind yes, but I also feel for the person who felt they had no other option, no one to talk with, to get a hug from, nothing left to live for. It's heartbreaking watching all those that loved him come together in his death...crushed. And for those with empty chairs, of their grandparents, cousins, aunts, friends, children, that too is sad, and the loss no less. I am SURE, that THE GREATEST thing that we can be THANKFUL for, that we can WISH for, that makes us all PROSPEROUS, are those we LOVE, those that came before us, that left before us, but left something here WITHIN us....THAT is the greatest gift of all. Love yourself enough to love others....WELL!

James Zachary said...

Thanks Lisa. Your words carry many powerful messages.

Merry Christmas!

Wilson said...

You have a Merry Christmas and good wishes for the coming new year!