As we approach the holiday season, remember that the best gift you can give yourself and others is the gift of reconciliation.
As we prepare for the holiday season, this may be the best time to reconcile with loved ones we haven’t spoken to in years. In our work as personal injury attorneys, we often find ourselves at funerals, supporting clients who have lost loved ones suddenly and without warning. Their grief can be unbearable.
When we pray in these churches, temples, and holy places, we can’t help but notice how close visiting families hold each other. For those who are not speaking to loved ones at the time of their passing, not only did they not get to say goodbye, they also didn’t get to say “I’m sorry.”
This holiday season, do yourself a great favor. If you are not speaking to a loved one, pick up the phone. Say you’re sorry. I promise a great burden will be lifted, and you will enjoy God’s peace.
Levinson Axelrod has been spreading this message since 2013. You may have heard it on the radio. Since then, we have received an overwhelmingly positive response. We heard from one woman who lost her husband before he had a chance to reconcile with his parents.
“Had my husband heard your message,” she said, “my in-laws and my husband would have reconciled, and my in-laws and I might be on speaking terms today.”
She continued, “This is a message that I hope will someday heal us, and I know you have healed many.”
Happy Holidays from the team here at Levinson Axelrod, P.A.