We had a great week discussing on Family Matters. It is a vast subject. I know 5 or 6 days are not enough to discuss everything pertaining to Family Matters but we had some real good discussions on that topic.

I keep asking my readers to send me write ups for snippets and for mega articles. So this week I received an extra piece as a snippet but the writer, Ms. Indira Patra has pointed out some core aspects of family which I thought to highlight them as this week’s “Final Words.”

She wrote as follows:

gift-575400_1280Family is God’s Gift: We did not choose our family. They are God’s gift to us. God has organised into families so that we can grow up in happiness and safety and we can learn to love one another selflessly, the key to true joy.

hands-543593_1280Family is a Support System: May be we are one of the blessed ones who was raised in a happy and secure family with two loving parents with siblings around to share every joy and sorrow. We fulfill our roles and responsibility with respect, love and affection for each other.

Family is the backbone in an individual’s life. The support and care we receive is unconditional.

brothers-457234_1280Family is a Stable Place of Warmth & Comfort: People come and go in our lives, but the beauty of life is that our family is always there. It’s like the branches of a tree. We may grow in different directions, yet our roots remain as one.

When you wrap your child warmly everyday with layers of your healthy love before you send him out into the world, he will rarely feel the cold chill that often comes with life’s changing seasons.

family-562731_1920Family Matters: Family comes first. Yes, our family matters in joy, in sorrow and in sickness. A loving and supportive family helps us to face the challenges and paves the way for learning life lessons.

We all are a part of God’s great family our love for our family should be the way our heavenly father loves each one of us.

The above points are so important for us to keep in our minds today in a world of broken families and strained relationships. It is true that we all don’t have great families but we can not deny its importance in our life.

I wish you all have good families and enjoy your family members in every situation.

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