How can I help?
I love you.These ten words have probably been taught to all of us by our parents, or loved ones. For some reason, as we become adults, we tend to use those words less frequently. In doing so we ignored this basic truth: Adults are just children in big bodies.
The ten words listed above, have been replaced by rudeness, criticism, and for many folks, an entrenched habit of looking at everything in a negative light.One of my great joys in life is to have some of my grandchildren come to my house and visit with me. They posses a natural enthusiasm. They say "please and thank you." I tell them I love them, and they answer without guile or agenda, a pure "I love you too Grandpa."
As many of you are aware, I lost my wife and sweetheart in the last few months. For me, there was an abiding emptiness in our home when my wife Kathy passed away.
When she was gone, the house fell into a strange silence.
I listened for sounds that were not there.
I longed for the sound of her voice.
Instead I found myself inundated by other voices as my grandchildren came to see me. I got used to the words, "Grandpa, can we…..? " Sometimes they wanted to stay overnight, and their very innocence filled me with hope.
I thought of the phrase, "And a little child shall lead them."
I believe children are such a precious gift to us. They remind us of life in its beginning stages, and give comfort by their faith and enthusiasm for life.
I hope we can put the word "civil" back into civilization. I fear our society has forgotten what it means.
We all need to be loved, valued and appreciated. We can have that, if we just turn to little children who will remind us.
I am Craig Bradley
I am Agel.
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