As the Holidays are upon us I am forever reminded this last week to take a moment to pause and reflect on what is important in life. The important things in life are not the house you live in, the car you drive or the type of clothes on your back. What really matters is how we live our lives daily. Can you lay your head on your pillow at night and answer the question "Did I live my life to the fullest and respect those around me?" If you can answer "yes" then maybe we are on the right track. The important things in life are your family, friends and faith in what you believe.
Mr. Miller and I have been on a "spiritual journey" of late. We have been reminded and inspired to remember all the blessings that we have in our lives. Two of which are very sweet little boys that warm our hearts daily.
Yes, they can stress us out too but we have decided to try and count to 10 more often, step back and realize that they too can get as frustrated at situations like we do. It is important to remember that they are sponges and will do what they are taught and repeat what they hear. Henry learned a song in preschool for his program and he keeps singing it and I am reminded daily by my 3 year old that what he is singing is so true. (At least for this family)
"Jesus in the family,
Happy, Happy Home!"
In light of the tragedies this last week I am asking that we all hug our children a little tighter and pause to realize what is really important. Remember that we all need to take care of each other. I can't help but think of the golden rule that we all have learned as children ourselves,
"Do unto others as you would have them do unto you..."