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Warren G. Harding.
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When I said, “My foot is slipping,” Your love, O Lord, supported me.
Slipping and Sliding
There will be times in during the holidays where you will slip and sometimes even fall.
No one moves through a grief journey unscathed – especially at the holidays.
You have to figure out what you want to do, talk it over with family/friends and enlist their help in making sure you are making forward progress holidays.
Moving forward means taking your loved one into the future with you because they have a place in your heart.
Forward progress through your grief journey, whether at the holidays or during the rest of the year, should bring you joy – no matter how small your steps.
If sometime you should slip and fall just remember –
Even if you fall on your face, you’re still moving forward.
Also, when moving forward through the Christmas season gets to be too much ponder what President Coolidge said:
Christmas is not a time or a season but a state of mind. To cherish peace and good will, to be plenteous in mercy, is to have the real spirit of Christmas.
Calvin Coolidge, 1927
May the real spirit of Christmas become a state of mind to you and your family. If it is, then you will have joy through-out the year.