Blessings for nurses

Here are some more blessings: More blessings.  Think of some more for your situation.  Share the blessings. 

Blessed be the hands that touch young lives – babies, toddlers, and preschoolers.

Blessed be the hands that embrace others with compassion.

Blessed be the hands that administer medicine, give aspirins, bandage wounds.

Blessed be the hands that prepare meals.

Blessed be the hands that wash dishes, clean floors, arrange flowers.

Blessed be the hands that anoint the sick and offer blessings.

Blessed be the hands that grow stiff with age.

Blessed be the hands that comfort the dying and have held the dead.

Blessed be the hands that capture a memory in art and poetry and song.

Blessed be the hands that guide the young.

Blessed be the hands that greet strangers.

Blessed be the hands that learn the way of justice.

Blessed be the hands that fill out applications, write papers, carry books, send e-mails.

Blessed be the hands that receive and sort information, and hands that determine budgets.

Blessed be the hands; we hold the future in these hands.

Blessed be our hands, for they are the work of your hands, O Holy One.

Go in peace. Serve the Lord.

Thanks be to God.

Nurses are at the front line when it comes to medical care. A grand way to acknowledge, and show appreciation for, their dedication is the Blessings for Nurses Inspirational Mug. Decorated in theme with empowering Scripture on the bright, glossy white mug body, the inside is a deep glossy blue.

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blessings for nurses

Our hearts are so heavy this week. What happened in Las Vegas several days ago is unthinkable and just so incredibly sad. It’s difficult for me to comprehend the wide-spread ripple affect something like this can do to a community, to city, to a nation, but one thing I can know for sure, is just how important small acts of kindness are in fragile moments like this one we, as country, are wading through. They are everything, like little hugs of hope reminding others that the world is still a good and beautiful place. Stella and I decided it would be uplifting and thoughtful to share our appreciation and gratitiude for those who are working tirelessly caring for everyone who have been affected by this tragedy. It’s one small way we can help, a sliver of kindness that will hopefully bring a bit of warmth to several nurses, doctors, surgeons, and helpers who, in several states away, are offering their time, energy, expertise, hospitality, love, and compassion around the clock.

There’s a blessing I wrote in several cards, the one you see on the rainbow painted above. It was written by one of my favorite poet’s, John O’Donohue, who in this poem, blesses the valuable work nurses (and all hospital staff) do day in and day out. And if you too are a nurse who reads here, thank you for all that you do and give. You are a blessing to our world and your work is important.

“For A Nurse”

In this fragile frontier-place, your kindness         

Becomes a light that consoles the brokenhearted,

Awakens within desperate storms

That oasis of serenity that calls

The spirit to rise from beneath the weight of pain,

To create a new space in the person’s mind

Where they gain distance from their suffering

And begin to see the invitation

To integrate and transform it.

May you embrace the beauty in what you do

And how you stand like a secret angel

Between the bleak despair of illness

And the unquenchable light of spirit

That can turn the darkest destiny towards dawn.

May you never doubt the gifts you bring;

Rather, learn from these frontiers

Wisdom for your own heart.

May you come to inherit

The blessings of your kindness

And never be without care and love

When winter enters your own life. – John O’Donohue

If you have a moment to spare, I think sending a little snail mail love to Las Vegas hospitals is a wonderful way to share your heart and light right now. You can send your letters and notes to the addresses below:

Sunrise Hospital Las Vegas

3186 S. Maryland Parkway

Las Vegas, NV 89019


UMC Hospital Las Vegas

1800 W. Charleston Boulevard

Las Vegas, NV 89102






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