I love this post by Jim.
It’s too good to keep to myself.
I am sharing it with love –
and with the trust that you
will love it, too.
My journey from amputation through rehabilitation on to recovery has taught me many lessons. One of the most important is the difference between belief and trust. For most of human history, just about everyone believed in some version of a god. In Europe, the existence of God was accepted as given. What divided people was […]
via Learning Trust — Amputation, Rehabilitation And Miracles
Today we are headed to a party at the home of my friend, Carol Orr. She is the 95 year old that I wrote about in this blog last year: via 95 Years of Life Lessons
Carol went to her heavenly home a month or so ago… and today her family and friends are gathering to remember her love and share some of her wit and wisdom. Tomorrow is her memorial service.
Click on the link to “95 Years of Life Lessons” above and enjoy Carol’s wit and wisdom with me. Such a bright, “with-it”, fun-loving, kind friend! I miss her!
Look at the hands in this picture of my son and daughter-in-law as they watch their youngest daughter in her first dance as a new bride. The hands tell a story.
I looked at my old, wrinkled, arthritic hands as I read this lovely post- and as I walked memory lane, decided to share this thoughtfully written blog with you – via “Old” Hands Gave LIFE
I rediscovered this post today and decided it is the perfect message for my husband on this Father’s Day weekend. I love that he loves me. His willingness and ability to truly love me and our children, to constantly forgive, and to show his affection openly is the best gift I (we) ever could receive.
Blue said it perfectly in her blog. Check it out!
via Forgiving me, constantly.
I wrote this blog in 2012…
It is sooo pertinent to what I wrote today!
Check it out: via Increased LOVE, like FAITH, takes EFFORT
On this Monday following Easter, I am revisiting some of my old blogs.
The emergence of spring in the air and the “drive” to get some spring cleaning done has me reflecting on life and its purpose.
Some of my newer followers may not have seen this thoughtful post. Please click below and contemplate with me this idea: via Be Led, Not Driven