Missed Celebrations and the God of our Memories
Baby showers, graduations, weddings, birthday parties—we’ve missed a lot of special moments lately. Days that were supposed to become forever fixed in our memories have been put on hold all around the world in an effort to protect our neighbors.
Missing out on the opportunity to celebrate a retirement party is well worth the cost in order to save lives. Life is always more important. But just because this truth is real doesn’t change the grief we experience by missing these important days.
Why do these days and events seem to matter so much? Perhaps in their absence, we are given a chance to understand why they even matter. To understand their importance, we must take a closer look at what memories are and how we make them…
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