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Source of Inspiration Vol. I-11, Gratitude: Path to Serenity
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How long will you wait for me, God? As long as it takes replies He. Would I have such patience, I wonder. So many times harsh words I’ve spoken when what was needed was love.
Do you have anything someone else may not have? Then you have reason to be grateful today.
If eating hot bread dripping with golden butter is a sin, then I’m in trouble. Sin at 76 has its limitations so I think I’ll have another slice of bread, please.
I accept my life my body my talents my lack of talents I trust my God in all conditions circumstances, reasons for who can know the mind of God who weaves this life with incomprehensible craftsmanship and love I accept … Continue reading
I’m going through a hard time troubles and woes surround me oh, what shall I do? Praise God, rejoice for I am “going through” not stuck moving on to brighter days with the help of my God who is always … Continue reading
We watch from the safety of our homes as tragedy unfolds again and again. How can I help; what can I do? Today I have three ideas for you to help: Please consider making facemasks if you sew. Above is … Continue reading
Again I forgot was it important? No, only in that moment. My mind is on automatic delete erasing the mundane leaving room for the Divine.