I am so grateful that my sons have each other. As an only child, lol, especially of an only child, trust has never been easy. I am still blown away by the unspoken bond of, ‘no secret’, shared between them. I have since learnt that although I may not be privy to some details, that they have already discussed it. They have many shared interests, including their commitment to giving back to the community.
I do get a compliment at least once daily on my boys, the weirdest thing is, I don’t take the credit for who they are, or for the men that they are becoming. (I do bask in the afterglow, however). I owe the credit to (1) God who gave me these two gifts and (2) my older son has been an amazing catalyst unknowingly for his younger brother, simply because all he knew, was how he was. So he had to make him into an angel too.
Psalm 127:3 & 4
“Lo, children are an heritage of the Lord and the fruit of the womb is his reward. As arrows are in the hand of a mighty man, so are children of the youth.”