Humble Hearts at Holiday Time

Humble Hearts at Holiday Time

“In a world where so many are hungry, may we eat this food with humble hearts; In a world where so many are lonely, may we share this friendship with joyful hearts. Amen.” ~Mary Fairchild

As we celebrate the holidays with friends and family, let us remember those who will not. Let us remember those who grieve empty places at the dinner table.

And let us give thanks for that which is good, not rage against that which is not.

Because peace is what we want. So, let us each be a beacon of it, lighting the way for those who still rage.

Happiest of holidays to all of you who faithfully read my blogs each week. Thank you for giving my words a voice in your hearts and minds. I am humbled to know they make a difference. I will return January 6th with your first Monday Morning Message of the year.

And I hope you have a joyous New Year.

May 2020 be the year of your dreams.


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Cynthia Barlow

Founder Cynthia Barlow

Facilitator, Author, Coach

Helping businesses build their people

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