I Try to Make the Light in Others' Eyes My Sun
Daylight Savings Time begins today in the USA – Hope you set your clocks ahead 1 hour!
I think that when God gives you something good, you ought to share it with people. He didn’t give us Daylight Savings Time, we humans created that, but He sure did give us Daylight!
He gives us that gift every morning. How blessed we are. It would be devastating to me to have to live in the dark all the time. In the winter time I’m always going around the house lighting candles to chase the gloom of the dreary days and long nights away.
When the light fades or vanishes altogether, we no longer see things as they really are. In the heart of the night we can feel frightened and insecure, and we impatiently await the coming of the light of dawn
Our lives will either shed light or cast a shadow. I always have believed that there’s lots of opportunity to shine for all of us. It’s not some scarce commodity. Each of us has within ourselves the ability to be encouraging and kind to someone every day.
A smile is the light in the window of your face that tells people you're at home
The cure for this depression is, of course, light and lots of it. Nearly everything we do is affected in some way by the quantity and quality of light. Energy, productivity and mental acuteness are significantly increased by exposure to natural light
Our thoughts are different in the daylight. It's amazing what a little light, a little change of perspective, a little more ability to see where we're going, can do.
No one lights a lamp and then puts it under a bushel
This Spring as we have longer days and more sunshine, I’m going to try to glow a little brighter for sure. I hope your Sunday is a full of that wonderful R & R and that you’ll be renewed and refreshed so that you can shine a little brighter too!
As always you all are in my thoughts and prayers.