May the lifetime I lead be full of grace. I learn each day tolerance for myself and shortcomings but with this is gratitude of God.
My daughter gives me the right kind of help when I need it through prayer. It began once when very needed.
The air above me the ground beneath me is gracious while also I am grateful for being conscious.
I grateful for the voice of my mother at the birth of me!
Enough is when I am pulled out of my boundaries so when I know this my eyes bulge and heart is lifted.
I have been fortunate to have a very real relationship with God that has offered a lot of inspiration leading me to a special passage.
I can make a difference with what I have by giving my attention to the needs of others.
The dream that lives on in me is to live in another allied land.
I thank God when I eat.
I may offer patience to myself today and do so gratefully.
I am thankful for God.I am thankful for Mohammad.
I have a fear of not hearing when I need to hear so that it may be in the ways of my activities of the day.
I do not have to feel privileged always for the gifts of everyday living but feel grateful for what is.
The family of Abraham & Mary help me see the beauty when there is suffering.
I am willing to let go of the general assumptions of others that some may have of me in respect to Jesus.
When I have a fear I smile being grateful for my senses the Lord gifted me with and the ability to love.
I might take life as I do by the moment without assumptions about expectations for the days even months and years.
When I breath consciously I notice the sky and land that comforts me with God who provides it.
The New Jersey trees during the spring time!
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