At the risk of being perceived as being overly-sympathetic or, worse yet, “sappy”, I want to share a simple truth with you.
It has absolutely nothing to do with my work as an injury lawyer for the people.
Then again, I blog about all kinds of issues.
So here it is:
We need to tell the people we love that we love them.
Don’t feel bad if you find it difficult to do so. Sadly, many family members find it difficult, if not impossible, to utter the words: ” I love you ” to one another.
No sense in waiting for someone to kick the bucket and spend the rest of your life wishing you had the courage to do so.
The holidays are a good time to remember those we care about and to reach out to those we have trouble dealing with, especially family members.
The poor in spirit, down-cast, down-and-out, and depressed are frequently found within our own families, and within our own circle of friends. We don’t have to look too far to seek them out.
Reaching out to them, although difficult, can make all the difference.
We don’t need to like them or like what they do or like what they’ve done.
Like is irrelevant.
It’s about love– wanting the very best for them, working to make it happen, and being there for them in good times and bad.
During this Christmas Season I wish for you mended fences and strengthened relationships.
As always, thanks for reading my blog posts.
Keep your strength.