I closed on a house not too long ago. I’m still moving things in, but one of the first things I did was give my grandmother’s rose bush a new home as well. It is now in the backyard of my new house.
It doesn’t look like much now, but if history tells me anything, the resiliencey of this plant will overcome any obstacle it faces, a symbol of how I want to live my life.
Sometimes you feel like there were more than one of you to get things done. But if there were more than one of you, think about how your parents would feel.
I was preparing my morning tea (mate), when I was thinking what I am thankful for. This tea is what I drank a lot when I lived in New York (Luminosa) and Argentina (Andréa). It is normally shared with friends and family. This tea was among myself and friends living and laughing and learning how to love in each present moment.
I am thankful for my family and the Focolare that has shown me how to love (and drink tea).
This is my brother always being there for me.
10th set of 10!
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