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A NEW YEAR

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We are now into the new year, and many are
excitedly looking forward to see what changes
it will bring about. Others folks … Not so
much.
Not everyone reacts to change in a positive manner. I can understand
that, because not all change is a change for the better. It would be wonderful if everything that happened to us and around us would be wonderful and
exciting, wouldn’t it? But so far in the new year, I’ve already seen several
intense situations that haven’t made their new year happy. If you have been
blessed with your new year having an excellent start, why not check in with
a neighbor, or maybe a senior citizen in your church, and see how they are
doing? They may be having an issue that they need some help with, and
maybe you could help make their new year be a little brighter. Maybe a
family where Dad has not found employment could use some help with groceries, or a struggling single Mom has a need(s) that you could give some
assistance. If your new year has started off blessed you might be able to do
something small to help change the outlook for someone else. I’ve always
like the quote that says, “We are
blessed so that we can be a blessing.”
What a wonderful way to share a little
happy for another soul in the new year!
Oh, and by the way … Happy New
Year! I pray that you have countless
blessings and more reasons to smile
than to frown!

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