Thursday, February 14, 2008
Sometimes people come into our lives and you can tell there’s something special about them. Sometimes we can distinguish what that something special is and other times we can’t. In those times that we can, we may not know what to call it but the things that are said, the way each of us are touched are consistent and we are never the same afterwards. These people dare to be themselves, they are the square pegs that make the rest of us realize we are round holes. They are the sweetness in the sour candy, the contrast in the light, the sparkle in the smile and the harmony in the song. Their time with us is ever so precious and the absence thereof is like the breeze without the sound. On Wednesday, we lost the essence of the sweetness, the soul of the contrast, the flair behind the sparkle and the tempo that drove the harmony.
Her physical body might be gone but her spirit will remain with us forever. Her father called her “daughter”, her husband called her “wife”, her brother called her “sister”, her friends called her Wendy, she said “what you see is pretty much what you get with me” but God’s calling was the strongest; my child it is time for you to come home to be with Me forever.
No one knows how long we really have each other and tomorrow is not promised. Enjoy all the special memories, laughter, tears, cheers, grins and other moments that define our lives together. We can’t get back yesterday and tomorrow is not promised so go and enjoy the “right now” today.