This year finds me at the crossroads of life without my belloved "Kisha" and I wanted to see the measure of the heart, Kisha had a heart that could not be matched when it came to love and prayer as she would go the distance for anyone and it meant more than a lot of people could measure,but yet it was visible for so many too see that this little dynamo always could throw a loving smile and captivate the heart of many as she moved thru life with love and devotion to the Father in heaven while always telling any and all that would listen that love was the key too her existence.I think that or society has lost the ability too see the love factor when we lose our beloved children as many don't have the time to say an encouraging word or an exhortation that will lift our spirits,I sometime feel if they only knew how much it meant they could see the measure of the heart.The heart yearns to extend it's love and there is no measure that extends too far,Kisha's heart knew no boundaries as her love proved to be immeasurable in all of her ways and my love for her cannot be measured. So what is the measure your Heart???
I just read your messg. to Leo, posted the first wk of December 2010 and was blessed. Thank you for encouraging Leo and others who read your words. You both are suffering as we all are on this site, yet manage to lift others up. I am sending you my love through Christ Jesus and pray for you to be blessed as you bless others. I agree that real love is blind to color and all differences the world sees and uses to seperate/isolate us from each other & God. I understand your love and admiration for Kisha and cannot imagine how much you miss her, for that I feel true heartfelt pain that I never felt, at least not to this extent, before my husband passed away four months ago in a work related accident. He was 38 yrs old. God showed me special favor by blessing me with Larry for 7 wonderful years.
Prayers & best wishes for you & yours,
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