Sunday Reflection: Saving Yourself, Saving Others #SundayReflection

Every person at some point needs saving from something that can mean bad news for them. How that rescue comes varies and is a very individual thing. We find ourselves in a storm that life sends our way, and we need shelter. It could mean you are in trouble and you need someone to bail you out.

For some their higher power is that source of help that can save them from calamity while other folks rely upon their community, friends, partners to help pull them out of certain destruction.

For me I have been gifted grace from my creator. Whereas others are gifted grace by other means. All of which are good. It’s that grace that provides comfort, security, love, and peace.

We all have situations that require a helping hand from somewhere to pull us out of dark places and spaces. It can be tough to ask for that help especially if you aren’t used to asking for it or there is a trust issue that prevents you from seeking that assistance.

My friends, I hope you will reach out and to be safe in your life’s circumstances. We are all in the boat of life together. Saving yourself sometimes means asking for someone to save you and vice versa.

Coronavirus On The Rise Again

It looks like the Coronavirus is having a resurgence. My friends the basics still apply, masks and personal care can help keep the virus under control until a vaccine can be found, produced, and distributed. I care about you all and try to take care of you and yours. Stay well and be safe good people.

Quote Of The Day

“The universe is a pretty big place. It’s bigger than anything anyone has ever dreamed of before. So, if it’s just us… seems like an awful waste of space. Right?”

Eleanor Arroway as played by Jodie Foster in the movie “Contact”

Spirit Day 2020 #SpiritDay #LGBTQ

Spirit Day began in 2010 as a way to show support for LGBTQ youth and take a stand against bullying.

As a person of faith, I know God made us ALL of us in His image. To bully someone for living their truth and for how they love is wrong. LGBTQ folks have a right to happiness and the blessings of their creator. Some of my best friends are people of faith who happen to be a member of the LGBTQ community. I stand with them for being awesome people. Love is Love my good people.