This post is from my friend Silvia one of my Floridian friend who now resides in Virginia. I enjoyed this post so much that I wanted to share it here on my blog.
Silvia! Your heart is reflected in this post with clarity and beauty.
We give birth to them, enduring discomfort and suffering after months of pregnancy and the pains of labor. We lose sleep and rise up early, cry when they cry, pray for them like we’ve never prayed before, and our entire lives change: priorities, schedules, activities, choices. Children redirect our thinking and cause us to learn how to love passionately and live for others. As we lay ourselves down and sacrifice our own wants and needs, we grow in affection and appreciation of these little people who come to mean the world to us. The more they grow, the heavier our trunk of memories and mementos. We crave their well-being and happiness; we strive to raise them well and teach them the lessons we ourselves have learned. Our hearts latch on to theirs. We would do anything for them.
I believe it pleases God to give us children. The Bible says…
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