Reflecting on Life’s Key People

We each have key people in our lives whom have been instrumental in making us the people that we are.

As fast as life goes by, and with no guarantee of who will be able to share the next day with us, it would benefit us greatly to take time to reflect on the importance of these people to our lives while they are still with us.

I recently read a post by one of my favorite bloggers, Susan Hanshaw of Sanctuary for Change. She wrote a brief post on her father’s 74th birthday, reflecting on his influence in her life. I want to share it with you. It is very heartwarming, but more importantly, let it challenge you to reflect on the key people in your life while they are still alive and the specific ways that knowing them has enhanced your life.

Susan Hanshaw, “10 Life Lessons from My Dad on His 74th Birthday”

Today is my father’s 74th birthday. I recognize how blessed I am to be able to share it with him, and I don’t want to wait until he’s gone to reflect on what I’ve learned from him. In no particular order:
1. Give help without being asked.
2. Hard work really does pay off.
3. It is possible to create a new life in foreign land.
4. You don’t have to hold a college degree to be intelligent and educated.
5. Love is expressed by what you do, not what you say….

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One Response to “Reflecting on Life’s Key People”

  1. Susan Hanshaw Says:

    Thank you so much for your kind words about my blog and for showcasing the article I wrote to honor my dad on his birthday. You have a wonderful blog here and I love the positive ideas and inspiration that you spread.

    Warm blessings,
    Susan Hanshaw

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