Sunday

It’s such a beautiful morning here it’s almost possible to put aside the images of what I’ve seen in the news this week from the south and mid-west. But I can’t. I think of the thousands of people personally affected that are literally without a roof over their heads. I can’t imagine the terror they felt in prayer asking for protection for themselves and for those they loved to emerge just minutes later, elated with their lives, followed by instant sorrow and disbelief. I send thoughts of love, strength, and hope their way and pray it gently lifts their hearts.The best statement of hope comes from someone I heard being interviewed. To paraphrase, they said that everyone displaced would have a place to call home because ‘it’s the south and everyone has some family here that will take them in’. I believe this is true whether one is genetically related or not. For me, this was a reminder that when hearts are open love rushes in.This is what I’m thinking about this beautiful Sunday morning.

Comments

  1. Lovely post and heartbreaking how the people in the South no sooner pick themselves up and are knocked to their knees again; heartbreaking.

  2. It is surreal and I have never heard of such crazy patterns of weather with so many torandos..unprecedented and the loss of life is staggering. It is heartbreaking. Thank you for posting about this so we will all stop and reflect and pray for those that have either lost their life or are suffering from the tragedy. Devastating for sure.

  3. Amen!!! I am so with you.

    I will heading there soon. If I can do anything for your friends Please let me know. I’ll dO anything I can to help.

  4. Look at the photo of the storm on my FB page. It is such a terrifying and ominous photo. You can see why there was so much tragedy from this one. Nice post. XOXO

  5. It’s heart breaking.

  6. You always have a wonderful way with words. Your post perks me up every time I visit.

  7. Beautiful thoughts! And, very true!