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THE GREEN RABBIT: A BOOK ABOUT SAFETY
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I highly recommend Tami Principe’s book, ‘The Green Rabbit’, a book reminiscent of time honored children’s tales interwoven with truths regarding vital safety information - that may one day save your child’s life. It teaches children in a delightful and entertaining way with the same parenting skills once passed down from parents of old with more time and wisdom on their hands than money; and though today’s parents still care – there’s not always time to teach the obvious. Tami goes yet one step further, updating ‘warnings’ unknown of in yesterday’s world. ~ John Borgstedt, author of, “I Love You Mom-Please Don’t Break My Heart.”
The Spirit of Christmas
Just the word Christmas can warm your heart and put a smile on your face. For some it is a time of year that they have come to dread. It is the loneliest time of year for many, and a joyous time for many more. But the true meaning of Christmas is not about what lies under the Christmas tree or even the fact if you have one or not, it is what is in your heart.
Sure Christmas would be better with a ton of presents under the tree and if Tommy and Suzie received everything they wanted from Santa, but it means so much more than that. The season is about the spirit of giving. It is about rejoicing, rejoicing in life and being thankful. It is to celebrate the birth of Christ.
The bright lights and the decorated Christmas trees help to get you in the festive mood. Children put on Christmas plays and sing classic Christmas carols of old. All of this warms your heart and makes you feel so blessed to have experienced it.
This is my Thanksgiving prayer from me to you. I pray for safe travels everywhere that you go. I pray for fond memories of loved ones to always fill your heart. As you carefully plan out all the details for your Thanksgiving feast, all things are done with love and that is the most important ingredient that you need. As you gather around for your holiday meal, everyday acknowledge how blessed you truly are.
Remember this; a home is what you make it to be. Our life is what we choose it to be. A meal is sometimes whatever you can scrounge-up for it to be. The love of another always comes free. No matter where you are or what your situation is, you have been blessed with another day. So, give joy and share with others, so that they may learn to appreciate it to. May you always be safe, warm, fed and loved! But, in the grander scheme of life, please realize; we all have only one life, one earth and that we all bleed red; we are one in the same. So when you lift your glass to toast, with the clanging of your glass, wish all well throughout the world.
Appreciate where you are in this moment, because in a blink of an eye, a new moment is upon you. Some will move up in life while others will slide down. Others will move laterally while some will try hard just to hold steady. All you can do is be grateful, with each and every breath you take, be grateful. You don’t have to have much, just be grateful. Appreciate the people you see today, the people you see no more, just be grateful you had the chance to know them.
For every bad experience you have had, replace it with a pleasant memory, and be grateful. If you are afraid to love again, dig deep in your heart, and remember that feeling, and be grateful. Remember what it felt like? Remember how happy you were? Be grateful for that feeling, just know that you can feel that feeling again and you deserve to feel that way again! But first you have to be grateful that you have known what it ever felt like to feel love.
For all I have, for all I have not, I am forever grateful. For all the hurt and all the pain, I am grateful. For all the lessons learned and for all who have taught, I am forever grateful. To all who have snickered, sneered, smirked, or winced, I am forever grateful. To all who have loved me dear, I am forever grateful.
Change Doesn’t Come Soon Enough
A simple line drawn, some people are on one side of the line, they are called the wrong doers. The people left fending for themselves are the innocent; some refer to them as the victim. With out-stretched arms we declare that change does not come soon enough. Another child is taken, another woman dies, another man lost, in a world which angels try so hard to bring about change.
We Walk Among Angels
I am a firm believer that angels walk among us. To me an angel is someone who has endured hardships and has come out of the difficult times with understanding and grace. The angel that walks among us knows only love and compassion and both listens and teaches with utter attentiveness.
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