Consider the ravens: they neither sow nor reap, they have neither storehouse nor barn, and yet God feeds them. Of how much more value are you than the birds! 298 more words
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After my husband left me, I could not bear to think about the past because thinking about it caused me so much grief. It was thinking about the previous happy times that filled me with so much sadness; those happy times of my children as babies and young children and their care-free days growing up in our forested river valley. 644 more words
I love playing the mandolin! I love the rich sound this beautiful instrument produces!
The mandolin is like a miniature guitar and I learned how to play it a few years ago, but stopped playing it last year due to the loss of dexterity in my left hand. 298 more words
Thanks to the suggestion of a blog reader, I have recently taken an interest in the teachings of Pema Chodron, a fully ordained Tibetan Buddhist nun. 324 more words
Living in the present moment, according to Buddhist teaching, is the key to experiencing peace, love and joy! However, living in the present moment when experiencing the collective of symptoms the medical establishment defines as Parkinson’s is a significant challenge. 380 more words