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Reach Out

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Too often we hear, “It’s not my problem… Let them deal with it.” It seems far easier to turn a blind eye than to reach out a helping hand. But we mustn’t underestimate the power of a kind word or gesture, however great or small our offering.

If our hands were not made to reach out and heal, then for what were they created? To destroy? To harm? To dismiss? When we use our hands to prepare food, it is to nourish and heal our bodies; when we make work of our hands, it is to provide for others through service and exchange; when our hands are used to lift and carry, it is to move and lighten the heavy load. The same is true on an emotional level. We possess the power to lift each other up, to provide, to nourish and to heal. So why wouldn’t we?

‘We rise by lifting others.’

– Robert. G. Ingersoll.

Our greatness is not measured by how much we earn, what we can achieve or how far we can get ahead, but by the love and joy we share with others. Today, let us not hurry or dismiss, may we be attuned to the needs of others and reach out. Because ‘if we don’t help each other, who will?’

In love & light,

Hayley xx

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2 thoughts on “Reach Out

  1. I’ve been away far too long!! I keep meaning to stop by and then don’t and finally there was your beautiful face on my page and I thought, there’s my Hayley I must go visit her!!! I’ve missed being here and reading your beautiful words of inspiration, such as this post!! I have some catching up to do so here I go!! xoxo Love you my dearest friend, missed you.

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