“You have to accept whatever comes along and the only important thing is that you meet it with the best you have to give.” Eleanor Roosevelt, 1884-1962 First Lady of the USA and UN delegate
Easter = Hope, Unconditional Love, New Life Blessings to you and yours!
“Our own worst enemy can not harm us as much as our unwise thoughts. No one can help us as much as our own compassionate thoughts.” Jack Cornfield Buddha’s Little Instruction Book
A moment in time, Color, light, movement, Stillness, Expression of something divine.
“Love is an act of will – namely, both an intention and an action. Love is as love does.” Road Less Traveled, pg. 83 M. Scott Peck, M.D.
“The heart benevolent and kind most resembles God.” Robert Burns- 1759-1796, Scottish Poet
Today is Take-Down-The-Tree Day, a kind of sad day that we must face every year. Most people where I live have already done this because I saw the trees on the side of the road last Tuesday & Wednesday as I took my son to school. That was a little harsh for me. We’re always…
“Just as a candle cannot burn without fire, people cannot live without spiritual life” -Buddah
God does not work by only one method, paint in only one color, play in only one key, nor does He make only one star shine onto the earth. -Eberhard Arnold Read more: http://www.beliefnet.com/Quotes/Christian/E/Eberhard-Arnold/God-Does-Not-Work-By-Only-One-Method-Paint-In-Onl.aspx#ixzz1h6zECYGU
“Let a good man do good deeds with the same zeal that the evil man does bad ones.” Hasidic saying attributed to the Belzer Rebbe, Shalom Rokeakh
I’ve been absent, missing, maybe even avoiding this blog. This time of year has become painful, depressing and stressful even though I don’t want it to be. I think, “I should decorate, I should buy presents, I should be spreading joy.” But this year, and last year I only felt great sadness. I’ve been missing…
“He prayed as he breathed, forming no words and making no specific requests, only holding in his heart, like broken birds in cupped hands, all those people who were in stress or grief.” Ellis Peters