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Why? - Part 2

Adam and Eve, why did you squander life? You sinned, and we became your cover-up. You plucked us off our tree. That was sure death for us. 205 more words

Devotional

Plead of a lost Princess to The King

“Despite the hurt. Despite the pain. Despite embarrassing myself to people who don’t deserve me and disappointing those ones who truly love and care for me. 217 more words

Faith

A Time & A Season

And it grieved Samuel and he cried out to the Lord all night.  1Sam. 15:11

Saul had once again disobeyed God.  He was caught not only in a lie but with the very best of the spoils of war.   304 more words

Encouraging Reminder

A mustard seed in April

April is the cruelest month.–T. S. Eliot, The Wasteland

I have come with my mustard seed.–Tori Amos, “The Beekeeper”

This morning, I was the richest girl in the world.  

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Writing

Challenge

Yoga is the mind body connection within each and every one of us, often time practiced through meditation and the physical asana or postures. When we are in touch with oneself, we are able to not only live our best life but share this joy and happiness with others, encouraging them to do the same. 214 more words

Thoughts

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Behaviour is not static it’s fluid, children learn habits from the environment; combine this with their core personality their character is developed.

So before we sit in high judgement of children and young people, ask yourself: 249 more words

Behaviour

Project Thankful: Reason #115: In Defense of Stubbornness

I am a stubborn person.

Most people would not call me stubborn.  I try to be as polite as possible and when I refuse to budge on something, it often takes them by surprise. 123 more words