Cycles of Life

We are leaving Indianapolis today heading for Ohio for a couple of days before heading home.

The trip started with picking up our grandson after baseball practice. Then it was on to Indianapolis to watch our granddaughter in a big swim meet. Hundreds of kids competing. A joy to watch them each get their chance.

Today the car points back to the city we left for dinner with old friends and then a funeral for one of my brothers. Like often happens, he got sick and was gone in three weeks or so.

A generation goes. A generation comes. We need to reflect on that occasionally. Especially on what we have done and are doing to prepare and encourage that new generation. That’s our job.

4 Responses to “Cycles of Life”

  1. Jon Swanson Says:

    Even though it is a cycle, I am sorry for the loss of your brother

    +++ Jon Swanson Helping people and organizations find sense at urgent and important times. Hospital Chaplain Resource Consultant for churches Research Consultant for organizations Adjunct professor and writer at 300wordsaday.com and Linkedin

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  2. josephruizjr Says:

    So sorry for your loss Gary

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