Blessed peace. No more fighting.
I have friends from Afghanistan, and we are looking at ways to help the people trapped in Kabul, as well as helping refugees who arrive in our city.
It is asking for a WALK! I have been slacking off of my walking for no good reason, and today I started back up. Sigh–so easy to justify not doing what is good for me…
Grace is letting go of what I think needs to happen and letting things be.
I feel guilty if I am not “doing something.” Just being is ok–wish I could learn that.
I have friends from Afghanistan, and I know for sure the lives of those still there are in danger.
In the smoky, hot Pacific Northwest, I am grateful for a home with A/C, and that I have been gifted another day of life.
My father who sacrificed so much for his children. I try to live a decent life, like he did.
Since retirement, I have been spending a lot more time with friends. I adore them all, but in the past it was like fitting people in when I (and they) had time. It is lovely to just meet and talk without a time crunch. I did not anticipate this gift from retirement. I am deeply grateful and appreciative.
I am fortunate to have a large circle of friends, all of whom I am deeply grateful for. Today a big group of us are going to see the new movie that my grandson is in–I am so grateful for the support and love this group of friends has shown him over the years; they have filled in the gaps that his parents were not able to.
That I was funny and kind.
Because of this website, I am much more aware of the importance of gratitude. No shifting needed!
I love this, Carla! I too, practice kindness while driving–it makes me and hopefully them feel good!
I agree with you, Cathie. Sometimes a smile can make another person’s day so I do that a lot!
Love this, Patricia! Panini generation, that’s us!!
“Some people are engrained with their thoughts that arguing will not change them, and only create turmoil.” This is so true, Devy, especially in our current politically charged culture. I have learned that the hard way…
Well said, Elaine.
Thank you, Elaine. This is just what I needed to read today. 🙂
Thank you, Mica!
I imagine your story is incredible, Dusty Su. It is so sad to hear of people abusing others’ faith to their own gain. I am glad you were able to get out. All the best to you.
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