I want to tell you a little story about this morning. Just before I made my cup of tea an angel came into the kitchen and said don't forget to feed the baby lambs this morning and their moms, I looked at the angel who was standing there...
I know the world today is very challenging in many ways and we are all finding it hard to cope but I know we will find ways to cope, and I believe in all of you in fighting all of the challenges of life.
We have all gone through an awful lot over the last two years with climate change, wars and this virus and it is hard for us to see the light of hope in our lives and in the world, but the light of hope is there.
I know your guardian angel is taking care of you and is trying to do its best to have us all feel good even though I know we don’t feel good all the time, not every second, but the angels help us to smile and laugh.
A little story I will share with you, the other day when I was out and about I saw a little girl carrying her small dog into the groomers. As she walked along the footpath, I watched her guardian angel moving with her.
I hope this newsletter will touch your heart. It’s a sad one for me, to write about suicide. It can affect any of our lives at any time, and it is devastating and a huge shock when it happens, whether it’s a family member, friend or even a stranger.
I know we are all finding it difficult, and some of us are finding life extremely hard at the moment, even myself. Our lives have changed so much with this virus, but one thing the angels keep telling me is we have to allow ourselves to see the beauty around us to see the hope, especially the light of hope.
This time of the year is just very special and I know this year is going to be a lot harder for people because we won't be able to gather and share with our families and loved ones in the normal way we would have had before.
Many of you will be thinking about what you are grateful for and that is something I have been thinking about too. So many times we don't feel that gratitude in our lives. When things are good in our lives, many times we just move forward and we forget about gratitude.