Why We Agree And How We Cherish the Disagreements

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Agree to Disagree.”   #Blogging101 and #Photo101

I am the oldest of three children and the time scan  of age is more than fifteen years. Sometimes the best facts we agreed on is our parents and the love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness faithfulness, gentleness and self control we learned from them. I remember one period in our relationship when we decided that we would just stay away from each other for our own sanity. Thank goodness we learned to cherish the disagreements and march forward. These are my 100 words to express these feelings!IMG_0023


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WysJoyFul Company Ministering Speaker, Host Wy's Ways of Wellness Radio blogtalk with focus on Wellness Awareness and EOL/ QOL with grief situations and Cancer Care Communications for National Patient Advocacy, Tennessee Cancer Coalition and Memphis Breast Cancer Coalition. Retired RN after 50 years now a Caregiver for family member.

One thought on “Why We Agree And How We Cherish the Disagreements”

  1. There comes a time when a little bit of break is required for certain relationships. As in your own case, it prevented unnecessary rift and allowed each party to have time for reflection on family value.
    Thanks. This has given me some new thoughts and ideas on Relationship Building.

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