SPIRITUAL SUPPORT—AT EVERY TURN

Just recently, my husband and I were helping my cherished 93-year-old friend Margaret move into an assisted living facility. She was unable to sort her personal belongings, so I was given the charge of going through her things and picking out what she should keep and what we'd deliver to her family.

Photos of Margaret as a little girl filled old boxes, nestled in with a porcelain doll, a baby spoon, or other priceless relics. I could barely recognize Margaret in those young pictures. Sometimes a look in her eye was familiar—or might it just have been my imagination confirmed by the penciled name on the back of the photo? At any rate, I was struck by all of the changes Margaret has seen over the course of her long life. And this started me thinking about my own experiences.

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