I was raised in a loving home, where we were taught that we are all precious and valuable. I was taught to believe in hope and service to others…that we are all intrinsically valuable….precious.
Merriam-Webster Dictionary on-line, defines “precious” as “rare and worth a lot of money; very valuable or important: too valuable or important to be wasted or used carelessly; greatly loved, valued, or important; highly esteemed or cherished.”
In serving others, I have became fascinated and in awe of the human brain. Not only does the negative in life change the brain, but research is not emerging that we can heal and change the brain….not only our beliefs, thoughts, but it’s connections and structures.
As we fly through each day, with our tasks and busy schedules, may we each embrace life and show another person that they are precious.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Honoring those who have fought, survived, were taken, and those left.