Grace and class throughout their journey

Slide 12 of 37: WASHINGTON, DC - 1983: U.S. Vice President George H. Bush and Barbara Bush at the Vice President's residence in Washington, DC 1983. (Photo by David Hume Kennerly/Getty Images)

 

President Bush and his wife Barbara brought a whole lot of grace and class to 1600 Pennsylvania avenue and with the recent news of her passing last night, my heart is heavy with grief, as the World lost a great person within this Society. My thoughts and prayers go out to all the Bush family, as they grieve the loss of their Mother, Grandmother, Wife, cousin etc……… The whole grieving process is tough enough, but when the person that passes is so well respected throughout the World, this makes for an even tougher time to get through, as Barbara has touched so many along her path through this journey of life.

Barbara and George were married in 1945, as she married the first boy that ever kissed her. This Society was a whole lot different back then, where you didn’t have the technology that you have today, when you wanted something, you went to work, so you than could buy what you wanted. Those from back in that era actually respected one another, unlike those throughout the Society of today. You walked through your neighborhood and people actually chatted with each other, because you knew your neighbor’s unlike the neighborhoods today. You can clearly see that Barbara was raised correctly and respected all that was around her, so as she became First Lady, that respect shined like a beacon of light, guiding  in the ships from their long journey.

President Bush and his wife Barbara raised five children with that respect within themselves and their children grew into being very successful with much respect for all, that were around them as well. Barbara would treat you as she herself would want to be treated, which back then that was how it was, unlike in today’s Society of, look out for yourself and don’t even give another the time of day, now don’t get me wrong, there are still people like Barbara out there, but they are far and few between. It was a whole different era back then, as everybody looked out for one another without even thinking about it, everybody was in touch with their inner self and truly felt the warmth of the empathy and love deep within themselves, then shared that love with all that was around them.

Barbara Bush was from a time of love and respect, which as she walked her path through this journey moving forward, she never lost sight of where she came from and stood strong as she grew into this Society, she never wavered as she would treat you with the same respect she was treated with in her life. Respect will go a long way, as Barbara Bush was very well respected throughout the entire World. With the news of her passing, my heart skipped a beat, as I could not believe what I just heard. We all walk a path through this journey of life, we come across a lot of good people on our paths, but when someone for whom you never met, but have huge respect for  passes, shows you just how great a person they were, the World just lost one of those great people and a true friend to all, Rest In Peace Mrs. Bush you will be missed. Now it is up to the rest of us to honor her legacy, as we walk forward on our paths through this journey of life.

 

” There are some big shoes to fill by the work of our first lady, but if we all come together in unity, we can fill the shoes just fine”

” Barbara Bush would light up a room with her smile, but it was her class and grace that stole the show throughout that room”

” Mrs. Bush you will be missed by all, so please rest in peace. as your wisdom now guides us to be as respectful as you toward all of this Society”

” You may have different era’s for all the different generations that make up a society, but that does not mean we should have a lack of respect for each other either”

 

 

 

 

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