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
I found these reflections to be quite interesting. I didn’t know some of those symbolic origins. I hope you’ll enjoy this repost.
via Easter Reflections
As we approach Easter, I’ll share with you retellings and prayers that might help you in your preparation, and might be useful for faith communities to share. Today, we’ll look at the time when Jesus knelt before his followers to wash their feet, and gave them a new commandment – to love each other. The […]
via Retold: Maundy Thursday — Andrea Skevington
Sue Dreamwalker is an amazing poet, and a lovely, thoughtful person.
If you have not yet met her, please do!
Go to: via Wake Up to Nature And To Ourselves
Hear the song, feel the Earth’s heartbeat beneath your feet, and listen to the message…..
Stop listening to greed!
“Love One Another” is my sub-title. That includes our animal friends as well. This story and the reference to ways homeless folks and their furry friends are cared for touched my heart. The photography is beautiful. I think you will enjoy it, too. Check out:
via Haibun: My Friend, My Rock