Daily Quote: April 3, 2022

Living well is the best revenge.

~ George Herbert
British – Poet / April 3, 1593 – March 1, 1633

Holidays and Celebrations:

Porte Musings:

5th Sunday of Lent

Fasting and prayer continues for Muslims on the 2nd day of Ramadan.

Remember to do random good deeds on Good Deed Day.

For Doctor Who fans today is Fish Sticks and Custard Day. This meal was on the first show of the series aired on April 3, 2010. A perfect meal for a Sunday. Be certain to take a picture of your fish sticks and custard and post it #fishsticksand custard

Yes the best revenge is to live a prosperous, happy, long life. My step mother once told me the worst thing you can do is deny someone their inheritance. After my father died he left everything to her. When she died she shared among her children and left nothing to my sisters and I. As I’ve told others, her children were all in need, they needed our inheritance more than we did. And we continue to live a blessed life. I forgive her for being so jealous of my father that she wouldn’t even let him be buried beside his first wife and she insisted on being buried beside him instead of her first husband,(even though there are plots for each beside their deceased spouses). I forgive her for not understanding a person can love more than one person. A man can love as a husband, a father, a brother, a friend and a son. Our revenge for her selfishness is to live prosperous lives. After all, she was declared an unfit mother in court after she abandoned her children when they were little, so it’s only fair that she actually showed them some “love” when she died. I was lucky enough to know love by my parents, who never deserted me and my sisters. My parents always made sure we were loved, well fed, clothed and housed. No better inheritance can a parent give to their children than a good childhood filled with love. The past can’t be denied.

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