So do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will care for itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own. Matthew 6:24…
Isn’t this scripture so true! If we could live in day tight compartments it would be easier on our brain. However, to some extent we have to plan for the future.
Today I felt I was back home. I returned to the hospital where I first started my nursing career five years ago. I am now working with hospice, but at the same hospital where I worked for four years.
I saw a lot of people who I hadn’t seen in over a year. They were all glad to see me and said hey Wilma and gave me a big hug. It was so nice to feel like I was back home amongst family.
Imagine if I had burned my bridges with my job and had moved on in an inappropriate way. Not that I had any reason to do so, but what if I had? This transition back to the same hospital would not be very easy.
I don’t ever want to leave a job on bad terms for the sake of giving Jesus a bad name. However, today reminded me that I wouldn’t want to just for the sake of integrity and the joy of relationships.
Its always good to treat others as if your going to see them again. Burning bridges is just never a good way to live.
My Pearl today is the joy of coming home to relationships that I have missed.