I am late posting tonight because it was a busy day for me. On Monday’s I meet with the Golden Triangle NaNoWriMo writing group and I invited Emily over for dinner. Of course as you know, if someone is coming to the house I have to give the appearance that a bomb has not gone off in my home. I can be a sloppy girl, especially if I don’t feel good and the past few days I haven’t been feeling that well.
Tonight, we had a new person come to the writing group and that rocked. We love when new writers come around. After writing group, Emily and I went back to my house and we shared our favorite music, movies and sat around eating soft pretzels.
It is wonderful when we as a group come together because we are all different and yet we work so well together. We come together because we all have something in common and yet we are all so different. This for me is what Martin Luther King’s birthday is all about. In all our differences, we are all the same. We are humans. It doesn’t matter the color of our skin, our religion or lack thereof.
I pray that one day our country stops caring about skin color. I pray that the world becomes color blind, at least blind to the color of skin.
1 John 4:7-8 Dear friends, let us love one another, for love comes from God. Everyone who loves has been born of God and knows God. Whoever does not love does not know God, because God is love. This is how God showed his love among us: He sent his one and only Son into the world that we might live through him.
I pray that one day everyone on earth will love one another no matter what the color of one’s skin, which religion one practices or does not practice and that we see each other as sons and daughters of God. We are all God’s children.
I would ask that you keep my family in your prayers and I will continue to keep you all in mine.
I pray your day was blessed.