How Will You Be Sonshine Today?

May 1, 2013 — 4 Comments

Here is another character saying I have told my daughter: “Try to find sunshine even on a cloudy day, the sun is always there, some days you just have to strive a little harder to see it.”  That goes well with the biblical command in Philippians 4 to “rejoice always”.  A person with good character is optimistic, filled with hope, joy, and peace.   I also like to give this spelling and definition to her… “Sonshine: The light of God’s Son Jesus shining through us.  How will you be sonshine today?”  I wrote that on a yellow sticky note and put it on her school things one day.  Several years later, that same sticky note is on her main notebook that she sees every school day.

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Do you have any “Sticky Note” sayings you have left for your children you would like to share? Leave them as a comment.

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