This is an old post from The NY Times. But I wanted to share it, as I know that family time is important. At least for me, and I’m sure we are quite a few feeling the same way.
Time spend with family are valued, and cannot be reglected. I have a lot of respect for those who untiredlessly are working to keep those precious bonds alive.
Events, circumstances can make our decisions and actions very difficult to take. But the rewards are precious.
Is it realistic to value these moments in our crazy lives? Do you have any other ideas than the ones that Frank Bruni shared?