Transition.. It’s Always A Reflective Time

For those of you who know my family and I, you are aware that we have relocated a few times over the past 21 years. I have to admit that it never gets easier, in fact it gets harder everytime. One reason is that everytime we move I get to know more special people. I gain more friends and my life gets richer and richer. What I have realized through this move is that leaving behind these people is like leaving behind a part of myself and it’s a little unsettling. I was thinking of all the friends I have all over the world and unfortunatly I was a little weepy. I would like to go for coffee with about 30 different people this month that I haven’t seen in a while but I’ll have to settle for the internet, email, facebook, blogger…

I am so thankful the wonderful people in my life and how special they all are.. I think the one good thing about relocating is you have a lot of time to reflect on the people you may not have appriciated and you get to think about how important they are to you.

You know the only thing we will take to eternity with us is those we love, those we have won and those we will yet meet! No money, property, business or clothes will go with us.. just those who we have encountered and helped or encountered and wished we hadn’t. I wonder what that meeting will be like… I hope we both make it because when I read the scriptures they teach me that with what measure I give love is the measure I will receive it.

Hmm just some good thinking material. I don’t know about you but I want to be able to be with any person, at any time here on earth with a pure heart so I won’t have to wonder about heaven!

Love you and am spending life purposing to love you!

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