Looking in the Mirror

A Reflection by Ginny Kubitz Moyer

In my life as a mom and my job as a teacher, I’m constantly doing things that seem to have no lasting impact. I pack a lunch that will soon be eaten; I correct a paper that a student drops in the recycling bin; I vacuum a floor that will be crumby again within hours. There are times when my daily actions can seem meaningless. And yet when I get past my pity-party, I know that they aren’t. I do these things out of love, with faith that they matter, in the hope that they will make another person feel seen and valued. That’s what most relationships are all about: doing small things with great love, as Mother Teresa once said. And that love, I’m learning, is its own reward.


 Ginny Kubitz Moyer

Ginny Kubitz Moyer

Ginny Kubitz Moyer, author or Random MOMents of Grace (Loyola Press), is a contributor to several print and online publications, including U.S. Catholic magazine, BustedHalo.com, and CatholicMom.com.

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