I’m sorry that this is late, but I think about you and love you all the time. Religious traditions give us the opportunity to reinforce the most important values in our lives. I’m thankful to God that I’m still here with you. I look forward to spending more time with you and making myself more available to you in the future.
Just as Passover commemorates slavery into freedom, Easter marks the resurrection of Jesus. I think that all of us can realize that resurrection, change and rebirth are concepts that we can identify with as we progress through our lives. Every year, it’s a good thing to acknowledge these changes and the need for change as we grow and mature through adulthood.
The last few weeks have been good for me. I’m not sure if you have access to my Facebook pictures. I got a chance to see my family. They came in last weekend and my parents will be visiting me again next week on their way back to NJ. I got a chance to see my friend Piya who lives in Japan with his family. He spent some time with me and we shared a meal. My brother Wayne and sister Marcia and my two nephews came down last weekend as well. We had a chance to reconnect with each other.
This year is a time of change and recommitment for my family and friends. We’ve been there for each other for years. We’re blessed! I want you to take a look at your loved ones and see how much you’ve changed for each other to make your lives better. It’s something we do unconsciously sometimes. But it should be acknowledged because it makes all the difference in your quality of life.
I love you all and I wish you a happy Passover. Think about how much people mean to you and how much you care about them.
Much love always,