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Shared post: FOUR HOURS OF SILENCE

Can’t help but share this beautiful read!

I knew my state was not in the path of the solar eclipse which occurred across the United States yesterday, yet we did experience a couple minutes of semi-darkness and silence. At the same time, I had my television tuned to the coverage of this amazing event and was awed by the fact that for four […]

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Gratitude – The Power Tool

Found this inspirational. A good read.

Oh! And don’t forget to visit my thank you blog at A thank you Everyday. It’s been 221 days and I still haven’t run out of things to be thankful for.

Erika Kind

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“What shall I be thankful for? My world is only illness, disappointment, and work. I am abused and money is always rare.” It doesn’t always sound bad when asking some people what they are thankful for. Sometimes it even appears many people are actually defending themselves against finding something in life they could be thankful for. It would destroy their negative picture of the world. And this is exactly the origin of their black perspective. Concentrating on the injustice in the world, the own frustration, fear, suffering, or addictions doesn’t let anything else appear. Although it is there it is not recognized.

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Shared post-No One Claps When You Go to the Bathroom By Yourself

A post I found interesting and encouraging

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COUNT THE PENNIES…

Here is some encouragement for the bloggers who doubt “Am I even counted?”.

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People will mock small beginnings because they can’t see beyond the end of their own nose. Hand them a tissue and move on.

Let’s use the following example.

A church starts with a vision given to a pastor by the Holy Spirit. That pastor may share the vision with his wife and they pray about it together as they develop the vision. Now there three involved: God, the pastor, the pastor’s wife.

They may set up their living room and invite a few people over and begin their Sunday service. One person they invited might show up. Now they have four involved.

They don’t let the fact that only one person showed up stop their vision. They continue in it. Eventually that one person invites a couple they know to go with them to a Sunday service. Now there are six involved.

That couple knows two other couples who have…

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