“Children will not remember you for the material things you provided but for the feeling that you cherished them.”
—Richard L. Evans, 20th Century writer, producer, and announcer
Do you have children or grandchildren? If your do, how many of them remember the gifts you gave them during the holidays last year?
To what degree do your little ones light up when you walk in the door empty handed but with arms wide open for some big hugs?
In what ways do you agree with the statement, ”The best things in life are not things”? How do you show the people you care about the most that you cherish them?
Consider reading or re-reading The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman. Over the years, he has expanded his work to include books related to children, teenagers and other groups.