When Charles Dickens wrote “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times,” he must have been having a glass of champagne and ringing in the New Year.
Indeed, the New Year can be the best of times and the worst of times for many of us. We may transition into the new year feeling shattered. However, the blessing is that it will force us to examine the pieces of ourselves. There are some pieces that we may like, and there are some pieces that we may decide to change. Some of these pieces may be relationships and people who shouldn’t be in our lives anymore. Some relationships and people may be so true and special that they deserve to be part of our futures. In the end, you can always put yourself back together again, and be stronger and more full of faith because of it.
We, the staff and counselors at New Mourning, are here to take a journey with you that will hearken 2015 and the goodness of your tomorrows.
We look forward to serving you and your loved ones this year!
Peace and love.