The pure relationship, how beautiful it is! How easily it is damaged, or weighted down with irrelevancies–not even irrelevancies, just life itself, the accumulations of life and of time. –Anne Morrow Lindbergh…
Many of us are presently rebuilding old relationships and searching for new ones, ones that we hope we can protect. We can’t survive without relationships, some intimate, some close,
some casual. And we discover ourselves through our relationships with others.
The purity of a relationship is directly proportional to the undivided attention we both give to those shared moments, hours, experiences, to being there with one another. This communion with another is the celebration of life and God that quickens hearts and ushers in serenity.
Each day I can look for those chances to give myself wholly. And gifts will abound.