I live in St Paul, and was frantic to be sure my friends who use the bridge were ok and they were.
I recently went through Hospice training and will meet my assigned person next week. Because I am already stessed and depressed, I have quesitoned that this was the right thing for me to become involved in now.
after this disaster, I realize that the dying woman I will spend time with is fortunate--she has time to say goodbye to her loved ones, unlike the people who didn't make it yesterday. It's changed my perspective and I think I will be able to deal with the situation.
In the twinkling of an eye, our lives can change, and life is so precious.
I am so thankful that He said, "I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee" and that we can cast all our cares on Him for He does care for me. Even when it feels like I am forsaken.