The other day I was driving and had all four kiddos in the car and heard the most beautiful conversation between my boys.
Michael said, “Daniel, will you be my best friend?”
Daniel responded, “umm…yes!”
The two of them proceeded to make up some crazy game to play and their laughter filled the car, even if it was brief (they are brothers after all).
I was immediately caught up in that moment. How incredible it was to hear my children being so civil with each other. It was a nice and needed reminder to take those moments, savor them and cherish them.
In the midst of this crazy life of raising little humans and working in ministry and trying to be the wife I’m called to be it’s easy to get caught up in the task at hand that I forget the people I am called to love.
“He made everything beautiful in its time.” Ecclesiastes 3:11
Life is beautiful, once you are able to change your perspective and see those moments as blessings. We tend to focus on what’s wrong and instead we need to change the lens in which we look at life.
Choose to see the good and beautiful in everything you do. It’s not always easy, but make the effort.