I Love You Bigger Than the Whole Wide World

By Antoinette Rascon

The Whole Wide World is pretty BIG to a child.  To know that someone loves you that much can help guide you through your day and life. It builds a foundation for a child to grow on.  The unconditional love is always there, even when the child is alone.

A rhythm in life, just like the rhythm of the seasons, is also something we can count on in life to always be.  Children can rely on simple every day rhythms, i.e. moving through adventures inside the house to the fresh outdoors and back in.  (Like our breathing rhythms of in and out.)

To help instill gratitude, appreciation, and thankfulness-blessings throughout the day offer time to reflect.  Even just a short blessing before a meal, which also helps with better digestion of the food we are blessing and thankful for.

To send a child off to sleep with a goodnight blessing just tops it all off!

Sweet dreams to all!  Enjoy the journey! Although it seems like a lifetime, in the end—it is too short not to enjoy every moment we are blessed with.

About Antoinette Rascon,

Antoinette is a certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach and also trained and certified in Bioreprogramming. Her studies, and life journey encompasses a balance of health and holistic healing approaches to help individuals realize their goals and potential. She believes we all have an inner compass that truly knows and guides each of us on our path and loves to help people get in touch with their personal power by releasing past pains and traumas, implementing healthier choices until it becomes habit, and living life authentically and happily. She helps create lifelong, lasting changes that are easy and simple with least amount of effort and more awareness. Her mission is to create a ripple effect to reach our children's children and leave this world a better place than she entered.
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1 Response to I Love You Bigger Than the Whole Wide World

  1. Joe Walsh says:

    An awesome and inspiring story of unconditional love based on a real child’s life

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