There’s remembering, and then there’s remembering.
Recalling the past can be happy, refreshing, fun, and even sad. But sometimes, recalling the past requires prayer, hard work, and discernment of God’s will for you. It can mean grief, anger, and understanding.
Above all, it can – and should – mean gratitude and a deepening of your relationship with the heavenly Father, who always knows what is best for you.
I’ve been doing a lot of memory work lately, and I share about it at the Register.
I’m hoping that my experiences help to enrich your experiences.