As I look back on life so far, I have watched my son grow into the young man he is today and he continues to grow beautifully inside and out--everything I'd hope for. Although, through his (and my) growing pains, there were times I felt like throwing my hands up out of frustration, then I'd stopped, stepped back and hoped that everything I taught him could/would be implemented into his life. Then, I hear a little whisper from my heart reassuring me that "all is well...let go and have faith that Jon is going to be alright" - then I'm good...for the moment. LOL! I mean don't get me wrong, I still worry about him--but hoping for the very best, staying positive, being there for him and knowing that things will work out for the best is definitely what gets me thru each day.
Then, there are times like these that I hope my blogs are read by 1 more reader each week, so I continue to post and have faith that the latter happens. So in lieu of feeling hopeless, feel hopeful; instead of spreading faithlessness--have FAITH! Have Faith and always know that there is a light at the end of the tunnel, coming for you, NOT at you.
Food for thought comes from George Isles: "Hope is faith holding out its hand in the dark." Till next week, I bid you love, hope & faith.