I love being here.
Fear. Fear of disaster and calamity. I need to seek more time with God so that I will be sure that my life is in good hands.
What does it mean an extraordinary life? An extraordinary life for me means to know that I belong to God. That I can communicate with God in meditation and in His presence. For me, it means to live a life of peace and freedom. Freedom from slavery to addictions and.enslavement to people and places. For me, it means to have the surety of life after death in communion with the angels and saints and with God in eternity.
A new way of being in the world.
My faith. My great love for God and the great love for my family, my beautiful daughter Grace, my grandaughter Madelin, my beloved Stanley and my son Benjamin.
Never thought of that before. It brings a shift in perspective I think.
In my little corner of the bed with my husband breathing next to me. When I hear the rain outside and I am warm and safe. That is shear bliss!
I realize that I have in abundance. The abundance of goods, of friends, of the love of God.
Knowing that God is in control and on the word of God. God has said in his word: ” I will never leave you nor will I forsake you”. God is not a man that he should lie. He says so in his word.
The same as every other day. Praying and walking. Doing my best. Loving my husband and my children and grandchildren and those around me. God is good all the time … all the time!
In front of the great waterfalls of the world, the majestic Kauri trees, the roar of a lion and the trumpet of an elephant.
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