7.13.2010

Carry one another's burdens

At work, just as in life, no matter how scary a situation is, I have hope because I don’t have to carry the burden alone.

During a crisis, people emerge from all over the place to pitch in and raise the sick up to health and strength.

Someone may be starting an IV while someone else inserts a catheter. Someone else is dealing with respiratory issues while someone else is dealing with cardiac issues. Someone else is a runner to the supply room while someone else is on the phone to the doctor and family. Someone else might be staying out of the way and praying quietly.

No two people do the same thing. Each one has been assigned a different task and everyone meets their part of the larger need until the stability occurs.

Isn’t that how life goes too? During times of need, people emerge from all over the place to pitch in and raise us up.

Someone may be calling just to talk, someone may be sending an encouraging message. Someone may be helping with a financial need while someone else is helping pick up children. Someone else might be giving a much needed hug while someone else might be staying out of the way and praying quietly.

No two people do the same thing. Each one has been assigned (divine assignment) a different task and everyone meets their part of the larger need until the stability occurs.

It doesn’t always make it easier to get through the traumas, but I always put one foot in front of the other because I never have to carry the burden alone.


xoxo veronica

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