There’s Still Value

When you’ve been around a long long time and you become old and appear to be of no good, society says that you are of no use any longer and society will place you aside and even put you in a place to just wait it out.

I want to say to every mom, dad, grandma, grandpa, great great grands WE STILL NEED YOU. In today’s world a large portion of the younger generation are much like the children of Israel when they wondered around the wilderness for 40 years lost, troubled, without reasoning and without vision.

We so need your voice. We need your Godly wisdom. We need your loving arms. We need those Godly values. Our world still need you. Don’t go silent on us now. The value and motivation of voting is lost in the wilderness. The heart to love one another has turned brittle and cold. Am I My Brother’s Keeper is no longer a priority among our youth. The simple value of the life of another has been stolen by the desire to be somebody and to prove manhood.

WE NEED YOU. We need those big wide aprons and your early morning prayers. We need you still standing on the back porch calling our youth in at sundown. We need you grandma, great grandma still calling down to Ms. Susie’s house to see where our your granddaughter is. We need you grandpa, great grandpa to call Billie to help you in the garden and fixing on the car keeping him busy. We desperately still need your voice crying out in the wilderness for justice, for equality, for oneness in this world.

You can’t give up at your age because we still need you on the frontline paving the way for the rest of us. The doors for justice and equality in America are partially open, we need your voice, your Godly wisdom to point this younger generation to the right door at the right time and to grab them when they move too swift or step out of line. Hey moms, dads, grandparents, great grandparents WE STILL NEED YOU.

Published by CeCe Grayson

Entrepreneur, Counselor, motivational speaker, personal development coach, instructor, invigorator, researcher, writer, business manager and mostly a woman after God’s own heart

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