Give Them Their Flowers

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Yesterday my family and friends were blessed to throw a surprise party for my grandmother’s 90th birthday.
It was an awesome celebration that I will never forget and I know she won’t either.

At one point we went around the room saying how her life touched us in some special way.

I noticed something so profound with that one act; she was there to hear it. If you could have seen the smile on her face as people spoke TO her (and not about her).

Unfortunately, most wait until their loved one has passed on before they decide to share how much they meant to them. Today we were able to tell her, in person, what she means (present tense) to us and not what she meant (past tense) to us.

When you are surrounded by people who mean so much to you, take today to show them. Give them the opportunity to hear those heartfelt words now instead of waiting until it’s too late.

Treasure those angels that God has placed in your life. They are there for a reason and it’s up to you to let them know just how much they mean to you.

 Give them their flowers now while they’re still able to smell them.

 

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No More Bandages! promotes spiritual healing of the heart, mind and soul. NMB! focuses on, what I call, the spiritual and natural bandages that we place in our lives. A bandage is anything we use to cover up a wound. Those bandages can hinder our growth. Once that bandage is identified, it can be removed, allowing God to begin the healing process. God can heal cancer just as easily as a broken hea rt. It all lies within our desire to be made whole. I am blessed to be able to share my life and the abuse I endured beginning at just four years old. If I help just one person, my hurt and pain is not in vain. We all need healing in our lives.
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