Loyalty, humor (especially!) humanness (not as easy to find as you might think.) Someone who has struggled mightily.
I would like to learn about life–and I am….it takes a village. 🙂 Happy Monday (now.)
Some, not many. Hoping for one especially….whatever.
I think many people are deeply frightened by the pandemic and its disruption. I don’t share that view (except for the disruption,) and I think there are others who don’t; but I could get COVID as easily as anyone else, so I suppose that is our “shared fate.” (I already almost died once.)
I too have no immediate sense of a need for anyone right now. My cat needs me!
The little root, the mustard seed.
Something about the universality of love, which the world pretty much doesn’t get.
Goin’ to Shop Rite? 😊
I guess finally the ultimate hero for me is Jesus for living an alternate way of love (which casts out fear) in a very human way. I don’t know enough about Buddha to cite him as a hero, but I suspect he might be.
I think it’s to be in it from the very beginning and to continue to do s, no matter what it is..
First by recognizing it. Then I think by allowing it to live and be exactly who it is. My cat her “catness,,” my neighbor her difference or similarity to me. Live and let live.
My 94-year-old aunt. I suspect she (and/or) my cousins lied to me. And I took action based on that belief. Seeing this great question prompts me to say that I could be wrong. Thanks team for it!
My sister cleaned houses for many years and suffers with it. All the best, Kevin!
Me too Amacord!
Wow, Hot Sauce!
Makes BIG sense to me. Thank you for it!
How lucky you are, Piligrim!
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