‘Rebirth’ Your Life this Easter
Dear Customers and Friends:
This year, we are celebrating our company’s 10-year “Rebirth.” Prior to starting Syfan Logistics in 2011, we had an even longer run with our former business, Turbo Logistics, which we started in May 1984 and sold in 2006.
So, we struggled with coming up with a theme for our decade anniversary, because we’ve been in the trucking and logistics business for nearly four times as long. We settled on “Our 10-Year Rebirth” – which seems appropriate in so many ways, particularly in this approaching season of Easter.
Not only did we birth a new company, but we also rededicated our pledge to follow Christian business principles in the way we operate and treat our fellow man and woman.
In the spirit of Easter, I encourage you to revive your own life and be renewed in the Spirit.
Blessed to be a Blessing,
President, Syfan Logistics
“He who was seated on the throne said, “I am making everything new!” Then He said, “Write this down, for these words are trustworthy and true.”
Living the Spirit of Easter
Excerpts from Loyola Press
So, what does living the spirit of the Easter season mean in practical terms? Here are three concrete suggestions:
Live with Joy
Joy is a deep-down gladness that cannot be taken away, even in the midst of sorrow. The Passion and Resurrection of Jesus teach us that suffering is transformed through faith in the Risen Christ. We are able to hold on to an enduring sense of joy even in the midst of the sadness.
Live without Fear
The Resurrection teaches us that God can overcome anything, even death. When the Risen Christ appears to the women at the tomb and later to his disciples, his first words are, “Do not be afraid!” (Matthew 28:5,10). Our faith allows us to trust that God can overcome our most serious problems.
Live with New Eyes
Easter means to live with a sense of newness. Just as the return of spring makes us feel like the whole world is new, the Resurrection of Jesus makes all things new. The Easter spirit is a spirit of renewal that enables us to show up at work with a positive attitude, to renew relationships that have been taken for granted, and to express appreciation and affection to those closest to us. It means to see the world through new eyes – God’s eyes.