2013-02-13 13.13.00From infants to the elderly we are each reaching out for a hand to hold on to, a person who cares. We are searching from young until old and all inbetween for acceptance and love from others around us. We desire the love, the hugs, the touch of hand and the gentle smile giving us comfort for each moment we live. We are all alike we are reaching and loving and giving and hugging. We need love, kindness, forgiveness and care it doesn’t matter if we say we do not we were programmed by God to desire that love.

She may be foul and he may be crude, she may be grumpy and he made be rude but they all deep down are reaching with their complaints and their grumps for someone to hear them and acknowledge their existence.

So we visit, we smile, we sing, we make cards, we pray and we shake their wrinkled hands we love them for a moment and then we walk on. Alone they are left with the memory, the warmth and the fading smile of the youth. For a moment they held a hand, listened to a song and reached the youth and felt the love.

We are all reaching from young until old we are reaching for love…

Copyright 2013 Lori Hadorn-Disselkamp


About Author

Lori Hadorn-Disselkamp is first and foremost a mother of four children under the age of 15. She has been married to the love of her life, Aaron, for over 17 years. Lori has been writing at her own website Faith Filled Mom for over 5 years. She writes about the journey of faith we live daily and how we can recognize God in this world. She has completed her 1st year of teaching theology at a high school level and is also a current student of Loyola University Extension Program of Ministry earning a Master’s Degree in Religious Education. Her life is busy, exciting, overwhelming at times but always bursting with her faith in God. Lori hopes that you will find something that might touch your heart in her writing so that she can continue to pursue her purpose in life; to bring people closer to God one word, one moment at a time.

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