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Rough and Slippery Roads

Those who journey on level ground have no need to give one another their hands, whereas those who are on rough and slippery roads hold fast one to another… in order to walk securely and help one another in the many difficult places through which they have to pass.

St. France de Sales, Introduction to the Devout Life

A helping hand while climbing the rocks at Whytecliff Park

God, in His mercy, blessed me with a number of people who offer me their hand in the difficult places.

This Thanksgiving, I’m thankful for each one of them.


3 thoughts on “Rough and Slippery Roads

  1. Wise and lovely words from Saint Francis and a message of true thankfulness from you. I wish you a day full of joy and laughter and a year to come brimful of new things and people to give thanks for. For me, I give thanks that our paths have crossed. It is a pleasure to know you just a little. 🙏

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