The happiest moments of my life have been the few which I have passed at home in the bosom of my family.
— Thomas Jefferson
I make a lot of money and I’ve given a lot of it to charities, but I’ve given all of myself to my wife and the kids, and that’s the best donation I’ll ever make.
— Bill Cosby
I would much rather be around my family. The times you have to get up in the middle of the night and hold one of your children because they’re scared of the lightning. Or changing diapers. That togetherness far outweighs the times you don’t get to sleep in.
— Shawn Bradley
I have observed that when our family spends unstructured time together, God brings wonderful things to pass.
— Adrian Rogers
One of the simplest ways to maintain a sense of family unity and belonging is to set around a table together for a meal. Since plenty of distractions eat away at this family tradition, you need to be intentional – and often sacrifice other things – to make it work. So turn off the TV. Set the table with candles. Make conversation the focus of the meal. Keep the comments positive.
— Elisa Morgan and Carol Kuykendall