Divinely Received

There are definitely trying times in life. Moments of rejection or feelings of being undervalued. I have always tried to be the sort of person who gives without expecting in return. Not to say that I consider myself very ‘good’ – I don’t know that true ‘goodness’ can be achieved in human form.

The thing is: every embattled moment in my life fades in comparison to the outpouring of love and support that has been shown to me over the last few weeks. With the launch of my first novel ‘Back to Resolution’ I have been inundated with friends and family giving generously in so many ways it would be impossible to list. Not to mention the birthday greetings, the constant stream of well wishers, and those offering generous encouragement for my work.

When relating my gratitude to a friend she observed that if I had ever done a good deed for someone, it was just coming back. There’s no doubt that the truth exists within the statement: ‘Give and it shall be given unto you’. What an incredible feeling it is to see the proof of this in my life.

So, THANK YOU, to all of you who made the last few weeks so memorable for me. I highly value gratitude, and I want you to know that I am truly grateful to you all. Throughout my life I will look back on this time and smile away. xoxo

3 thoughts on “Divinely Received

  1. Hi Rose,
    I love the truth that what goes around comes around, even though it may be at a totally different time from totally different people. That’s a concept that’s always fascinated me.
    I’m glad you’ve had a great few weeks.

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