For My Friend

Yesterday was a tough day for me at work. I had to say goodbye to a co-worker and very good friend who is moving on to another opportunity. While I am happy for him, it was difficult seeing him leave, and things just won’t be the same around the office without him. I know I will still see him and talk to him, but it won’t be daily as I’m accustomed to. Our company truly lost one of it’s best yesterday.

With all that said I wanted to briefly talk about this individual. His name is Ronnie (and I hope he gets the chance to read this). Over the past 7 years, Ronnie and I have become very good friends. He has taught me so much in regards to business and life. He is my brother in Christ, and we have had many opportunities to share life experiences together. Not many people in my office really know the friendship Ronnie and I share. We talk about so much more than our day to day business activities. That is what I’m going to miss the most.

There is no doubt in my mind that Ronnie will be successful in his new position. I am confident he will continue to be an outstanding leader and man of God. I pray that he will be happy in the new job and less stressed. I also know that our friendship will continue. Ronnie has been a very positive influence in my life in ways he may never know. For that I am truly grateful. I look forward to where God will lead him in both his career and his spiritual walk.

Ronnie, if you are reading this…Thank you for the friendship we share. Good luck with the new job. I’ll be praying for you and your family and look forward to seeing your plans and dreams fulfilled. Thank you for living out your faith daily. You have really been an inspiration to me. May God bless you in all you do.

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