Thank you for your support
Words that feel thinly veiled
I don't need anyone's help. I can do it on my own.
Support needed … job too difficult … we await your response.
I don't have money to support the wonderful things I enjoy for free: The Classical Music Station; the Public Broadcasting System complete with safe programs for my children and interesting, challenging shows that teach me gardening, history, science, travel and cooking; clean air and productive land; The Sun; birds that eat the bugs off my tomatoes, moles that are annoying, but aerate the ground; clean air …
If I am honest with myself, I have only survived with support. My parents supported me even when I made bad decisions. My brother supported me when I made unique choices. My husband has supported me while I create chaos in the house with each new project I embark upon.
And God supports me in times of need, trial, sacrifice, confusion, temptation, hardship of any kind.
Support eradicates pride.