Every morning when I rise, I peek out the side of the window shade to determine what the weather portends for the day. What is really important is to see the precious light of another day dawning, and the joy that life beholds.
One must wonder just what the ultimate impact of all the problems facing our society will have on the mental stability of our citizenry. While there have always been challenges throughout the ages I suspect that historians will report that we experienced an unusually stressful period that brought unwanted consequences.
Each of us sees the world slightly differently. If we were to make a list of the world’s problems, it would not only be long, but no two would be the same.
It is sufficient to say that we are experiencing troubling times, which can also present great opportunities for the future.
With this being the Easter Holiday weekend I suggest that we get back to basics and take some time to concentrate upon the most important things life affords each human being. Dr. David Viscott, noted psychiatrist and author once said, “To Love and be Loved is to feel the sun from both sides.” Live well, laugh often, and love with all of your heart.