Tuesday, February 10, 2009
7:48 PM 1 comment
First of all think of the people in your life who continually serve others, those individuals who go extra mile without thinking twice. We all have them and chances are great they seldom receive the recognition or thanks`they deserved. This person gives not only of their possessions and money but they give generously of their time, energy, sweat and love. Once you identify the person you desire to acknowledge, confirm a date on the calendar in which you invite them to dinner at your home, not informing them they are the guest of honor. Or, yet another route I have taken is to have one of their family members "in" on this event with me. The family member or a friend delivers the honoree to my home with an excuse for having to stop by. When the honoree discovers the event is in recognition of them- beware! The climate may turn momentarily emotional but don't let that divert you.
An ambassador of Love Dinner communicates a significant message to someone most deserving, most likely a person who least expects to be noticed for their many acts of love. Feel free to modify this idea to accommodate what you're most comfortable in planning to acknowledge the special people who add meaning to your life. The important part is that we take action to thank and recognize them, not wishing later that we had done so. Yes, romantic love is wonderful and it is exhilarating to imagine. Cupid gallivanting through our hearts but don't over look the obvious.
Ambassadors of Love surround us and February provides the perfect opportunity in which to honor them.
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