99 Days of Gratitude Day 5-Brotherhood

Today I am thankful for my brother Josh.

It is his birthday today so Daniel, Reuben and I will celebrate him tonight.

Josh is a great man. He has been a part of my life for three years sharing struggles of life, love, relationships all in the context Brothers in Christ.

He is a passionate father.

He cares immensely about his Sons, Will and Graham and his baby daughter El.  Modern families are not easy but Josh is committed to be the best father he can be.

He is inspirational.

He has inspired me to be in truth, be me. In challenging of times, I would say Josh,  “I am a mess today.”  Josh says, yes, but a perfectly beautiful mess as God intended for you to be. After a few texts, or talking, we both would be back in the game.

Josh has a big heart.

We have shared so much together these past years that has shown me his big heart. His love for friends, family, passion for Christ all show Josh’s true self.

Josh is a great friend.

Daniel and I are grateful for Josh. He has been a big part of our life and journey of healing, love and relationship. Our friendship with Josh is precious one, which we hope lasts an eternity.

An amazing man, who I am grateful to call my brother.

Happy Birthday Josh, I am grateful for you all the time, but especially today.

My Husbands Blog 99 Days of Gratitude

Published by John Chianelli, Writer

I am second. I will share my experiences, as a child of God, husband to Daniel, father, best friend, brother, son, leader, professor, writer and photographer. My intention for this blog is to be random, with no plan, no list, no direction and no expectations. Very different from how I lived my past life. My journey has been blessed by the mercy and grace of God and unwavering love. I hope you enjoy reading and sharing my experiences of hurts, laughter, discovery, friendships, Christ, and my family. Temenos is a safe circle where you can be yourself with peace of mind. Temenos originates from a Greek word which refers to a universal instinct to create a protected, safe space in which to heal, restore and regenerate yourself. My temenos circle is a place to be still and seek Jesus. It becomes my place to pray, reflect in the word of our Lord to shrink, grow in him, and heal my soul. What is your temenos circle? By: John Chianelli ©John Chianelli and Temenos Circle. 2016-2011. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this blog's author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided the full and clear credit is given to John Chianelli and Temenos Circle with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.

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