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Time To Think…

26 Oct

Sit down, think back, just one minute…
Ya sitting?? Is it quiet? Are you focusing?
Okay. Now think for a moment…can you remember the moment that your child or children were born?

What was running in that head at the time…who you were with or what you were doing…

do you remember the first cries.

The first sounds that child made
The first time of eye contact you each made.

 These are our most precious moments in the life of our children and we most likely answer yes,

 sometimes with detail with each questions asked.

 While the child is still so small everything is all about you and that child nothing else matters anymore. Sometimes nothing else matters and neither do you, all that matters is about the child whom you bore.

Crazy how so many things may change, for a child so young we remember to focus and present the child all the time.

Children in that age are developing more in need. As they become more independent and grow we tend to not notice the change we have made from demanding and giving all our time to receiving and releasing to now giving the space from enjoying the quiet times and space we ourselves may receive.

 As they move in school you tend to lose focus and time

 taking advantage of what silent time you get time begins to slip your own mind.

Time and focus on and for that child begins to prevail while slipping away from you as you fill your voided time with other things.

 Time getting away out of your sight as you relax in this quiet time standing at your feet.

Quiet time is bliss when you are a mother of a child at any given age.

 It is your own time for you to release.

Our downfall however has been we tend to sit back and take it all in too long forgetting the hours ticking in that we need to see first hand and attach ourselves again to those tiny hands and return ourselves to being mom again.

being held off for as long as we can to bring back a focus to the priority at hand.

That small tiny child that has looked into your eyes and become your biggest possession in life.

The one who spoke the tone you have grown so well to know throughout the years and seconds at that child’s birth.

 That innocent life layed upon your very own hands.
To hold and cherish all life through.

 How easily we forget and let time slip on by at times.

 Loosing our own focus of such cherished things. Now is the time to think.

That is still that small tiny child we held so dear and gave all our time to when there was no other care

don’t let this tiny life that means so much slip through your fingers as you may do

cherish and focus on it the whole journey through

grow together and look in each others eyes for your whole life together

let this tiny child become a women or man they become and stay close and focused all along

Don’t begin and walk away

keep it going all along

watch your child be a light in the center

 to shine upon all the children of the nations

 and be their voice and their light

to help shine upon them

and help them grow too

Let that child always have their parent to trust

one that they see means more than any thing to them

and is everything they ever wanted them to be

don’t focus on that new child’s independency

letting them do and be just as they feel

be there as you were with that tiny life

don’t let yourself get so into that silent time

 that you loose the focus of mom in life

this soul is still a small child even though they no longer need so much time

even though they have begun school now and are becoming independent

you’ve seen that side of a child without their parent

don’t be that side

be the parent you know that you need to be

sit back, sit down, breathe in deep

it is now, it is time to think

this is your child of whom we speak…

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1 Comment

Posted by on October 26, 2011 in Love, Uncategorized

 

One response to “Time To Think…

  1. J. Palmer

    November 1, 2016 at 2:00 pm

    Reblogged this on Angel Takes Flight.

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