“Morningside: An Answer to a Prayer”
This is a reflection on the blessings that we enjoy as members of the Morningside community. Open our eyes to see, our hearts to appreciate and our spirits to feel the many good things that enrich us as individuals and as a community.
For the natural beauty that is Morningside, we give thanks. Morningside’s trees, river, and the many gardens are a unique and daily inspiration.
For the vision, commitment, and wisdom of Morningside’s leadership, we are appreciative. These investments are the solid foundation on which Morningside has been built and continues under their effective guidance.
We salute our skilled and dedicated staff, for their loyal and heartfelt service. Without their efficient attention to every organized detail, community life could not thrive.
For the neighbourly caring that happens at Morningside, we are grateful. Blessed be the tie that binds and builds meaningful relationships.
We celebrate the diversity that defines our village. Our personal stories are many and varied. So are our interests, skills, and convictions, yet in our community, differences have been melded into stories of mutual learning and respect.
We pay tribute these, among so many other Morningside traits, that help bring our residents together and enhance our lives. We welcome both visitors and newcomers to revel in the charm and warmth that is our beautiful, wonderful Morningside.
-Ray Schlegel, Morningsider
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