Aunt Norie’s Sewing Room
We are often asked (as we go through life) “How do you do it?” My mother had the best answer for that question, and if you give it some thought, it’s the only answer if you would have real peace of mind. Her answer was: “One day at a time.” I like to add, “Just let go and let God.”
I was chatting with a very good friend the other day, who asked, “How can adults be so very unkind, selfish, uncaring? How can this world have become so warped, and twisted?”
I thought about it, then remembered a quote supposedly from God himself (of course from the Internet).
The message: And by the way it all started with one squeaky little voice, but his answer to the same question, “Well, you asked me to leave the schoolroom, your public buildings, even your public lawns. Ever so many places.”
Then his, “Oh, can’t you handle it?”
I’ve begun to notice so many of our youth, their kindness, their politeness, even a “please” and “thank you” the other day. This is still the best of all lands to live in. We wouldn’t trade this country for any other and we know it. With God’s help, our younger generations can and will “fix it.”
We very well know the problems one generation creates land on the shoulders of the next, so just pray for the leaders of today and tomorrow, and let God help. We’re on the way to great tomorrows.
Hey, hug those kids and tune them in.
Remember: As each new day dawns we begin anew for “yesterday is over and tomorrow is far away.”
Have a great day now. Love and God bless.
— Aunt Norie, P O Box 265, Tonganoxie, 66086; firstname.lastname@example.org
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