Being oneself, irrespective of the character is in my belief a sign of humbleness.
I happened to be watching Youtube yesterday evening, i.e. Friday evening, before I went to bed and was watching Caught in Providence.
It is people with a spine, a heart and above all, love, like the learned judge that give me hope in the bleak future.
I always understood that it is a matter of upbringing, and if one listens carefully to the learned judge, a person would appreciate that he is ever so greatful as to how his parents raised the family.
Today I mislaid two very important cheque books for which I happened to be an administrator. In the heat we are witnessing I became very agitated because I needed these cheque books badly to testify this coming week.. My only choice at this loss was my wife, and presto, she helped me locate the cheque books for which I am so grateful.
The present beauty is that I am a free person, unlike some others who are bring questioned, cannot speak up for fear of their lives, tortured or otherwise for their beliefs
Fresh eyes?? With a pair of fresh eyes I could foresee a complete change in the world’s behaviour, with people, including myself, eyeing for a better understanding of our neighbours, compassion, empathy, nature, and what have we.
But reality unfortunately dictates otherwise. Bad, I understand, but…..
Life is full of ups and downs, so , living and trying to embrace whatever life presents, even though sometimes it is rather tough, is to live wholeheartedly
It is my sincere believe as a Christian, that life is one happenstance.
My understanding of life is that nothing happens by co-incidence, albeit we cannot understand the future, and that our lives are “tracked” from the conception to our death.
Now that, as for myself, I admit, is a difficult question. I do have loads of compassion and empathy for others, but I must admit, I zero tolerance towards others, and without bringing forward much excuses, I simply cannot understand certain arguments, actions and what have you. The older I become, the more I realize that I need to excercise silence.
Guess it is somewhat revealing in being so grateful that social-distancing has somewhat made us aware that using today’s technology made the world a “global village”.
Suffices to say. that thanks to the internet, I just finished watching Bishop’s R. Barron Via Sagra, and that is besides listening to a lot of classical music during the Lent period. Now is not that amazing.
Gratefulness is about thanking all those heroes who willingly are attending to their duties in the hope that the present world circumstances change and we could return to normality.
Grateful to my mentor who sms’d me with a caption about this wonderful site.
Stay connected to the community by adding people to your list.
This site is brought to you by A Network for Grateful Living, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. All donations are fully tax deductible in the U.S.A.
© 2000 - 2021, A Network for Grateful Living
Website by Briteweb
We are delighted to announce the release of Kristi Nelson’s book Wake Up Grateful