Nancy Stewart Death, Obituary – When I published this article earlier this morning, I had no clue that within the following forty-five minutes, I would receive a phone call notifying me that my sister Nancy Stewart had passed away unexpectedly. I was completely unprepared for the news. The news really shocked me, and I couldn’t believe it. When I first received the news, I had no idea what in the world to anticipate at all. The loss has left us feeling as though our hearts have been torn into a million tiny pieces. The news has both compelled us to engage in in-depth introspection and shocked us to the very center of our existence.
I would be very thankful if you would pray for my devoted niece Emily Stewart, who is now living in Scotland. She is in a difficult situation. She had just started to feel better after the death of her father by the time the month of May rolled around. Treat the people in your life who matter the most to you with consideration and courtesy. Invest some of both your time and your effort into working on it. Be present. You have a responsibility to answer the phone whenever it rings in case the call is critical. Tell them you love them, and under no circumstances.
This Christmas, my heart is filled to the brim with thankfulness for the chance to celebrate the birth of our King with the people whom I love the most. I could not have asked for a better Christmas gift. Christmas 2018 was above everything that I could have hoped for. This Christmas with my family and friends has been one of the most memorable ones I’ve ever had the pleasure of celebrating. Because of this, I am reminded that life is brief, and that we should never take it for granted that the next day will always find us in the same place we left off the previous one.
Because of this, it has been brought to my attention once again that we should never take our own existence for granted. On the other hand, we have to never stop preparing for the possibility that the things we are attempting will not be effective. The modern world is one in which not everyone has access to the same kinds of opportunities.