I’m not an engineer of any kind, but I try to engineer my life as best as possible. Bridges allow us to get from one point to another, because there’s too wide a gap to get to the ohter side otherwise.
As I continue to observe lent 2021 in my own way, I realize more than ever, and most especially with COVID-19 being a constant threat, how important it is to be the bridge for others. It amazes me how often I will run into a situation involving family, friends, even strangers, that I allow myself to be the one to connect whatever needs connecting, to get things done.
If you can, will you be the bridge for another person(s), because you know it will make a big difference, for something seemingly inconsequential, then will you?
Today, will you ask another if you can help in any way? Will you smile with your eyes because you’re wearing your mask, but you want that person to know, there are good people out there?
Today, I challenge you: will you be someone else’s bridge?
“If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other.” -Mother Teresa
Many blessings, Sandi