Although the Left loves to mock “thoughts and prayers,” the more information we have on Robb Elementary’s events, we come to realize that silence is just as important as prayers and thoughts.
These are my prayers for and encouragements for the people of Uvalde based upon the words of Prophet Isaiah.
He has sent Me to bind up the brokenhearted,
to proclaim liberty to the captives
and freedom to the prisoners,
to proclaim the year of the LORD’s favor
and the day of our God’s vengeance,
to comfort all who mourn,
to console the mourners in Zion—
to give them a crown of beauty for ashes,
the oil of joy for mourning,
and a garment of praise for a spirit of despair.
We are in desperate need of a feel-good story.
A video of two young boys who were raised together, but separated for a year due to unknown reasons went viral this week. Their first encounter with each other was too precious to believe.
View this post on Instagram
It’s so touching to watch the younger brother cry out of joy over being reunited. Tears may serve many purposes, depending on the situation.
Basal tears are what lubricate your eyes. Reflex tears form when there is smoke in the air or dirt. Emotional tears are formed when we feel sad, happy, or both. They also contain different molecules. Emotional tears include protein-based hormones like leucine-enkephalin, which the body releases to relieve stress.
It doesn’t matter what emotion it is, it does not matter how it feels. The body experiences stress-like emotions and can use tears to help it heal, which makes you feel better.
The story of siblings coming together took 48 years to create.
Trish Morgan–Tilley and Michele Dugan didn’t know they were related. Each of their children graduated from the same high school in 2018.
Michele Dugan began her life in foster care. At seven years old, she was adopted.
Dugan was the child of a single mother. She was unable to care for herself and couldn’t take care of her children. Dugan was adopted at seven years old by foster families and orphanages. Michael, her biological brother, was always there for her.
Dugan started to wonder about her family’s roots as she grew older and had her own children.
Dugan already had an Ancestry.com profile. Morgan–Tilley was not on Ancestry.com but her brother Ken Foster was. Foster reached back to Dugan and told him that she had a sister.
Dugan decided to take the plunge and initiate contact with Morgan-Tilley via Facebook Messenger. They set up a lunch date.
The sisters were able to get over the stomach butterflies they felt during lunch but could not catch up. Morgan Tilley said that they were certain that they were related to Dugan due to their common ancestry.
Morgan-Tilley said, “It was almost like looking into the eyes of a ghost. Her father is identical to our father’s twin.” “The blue eyes, the hair, and the beauty of her eyes are incredible. She is my sister 1000 percent”.
The sisters discovered that they shared the same DNA and birth years, but they were not identical twins. Morgan Tilley’s parents divorced after this discovery.
Their children didn’t know about it. Dugan eventually met Jackie Morgan, Morgan Tilley’s mother.
“So that’s my sister’s mom. ”
Dugan, a realtor, had just received a real-estate license. Before meeting Morgan-Tilley, they formed Sisters Selling Vegas and closed 44 transactions. The partnership generated close to $12 million in sales volume.
Dugan now lives with Morgan Talley and they love each other.
Morgan-Tilley & Dugan are hard to divorce after all these years. They also exercise together every morning.
Dugan said, “We say that we missed 48 years.” Now, we are just trying to make sure that the next 48 years, or as many as possible, are the best. ”
Both sisters were raised in a family with brothers. Dugan is a mother to two boys and a daughter. She has a special relationship with her daughters.
Morgan-Tilley said, “I’ve always wanted a sister. Always. ” “I would pray to the Lord: “Please, Lord! I need someone to confide in and I want a best friend. ”
Living, breathing beauty.
I wish you a wonderful time with your family and loved ones. Remember to hug and hold your loved ones. Tomorrow is not promised.