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For the breath that fills this chest.For the love of these I hold dearest.

For the Christ who died and lives for me.

For this country, freedom and liberty. 59 more words


In-Christian lands

In between the stones and sand grinding between tired feet and leatherThere is a piece of unabused flesh that will carry me further.

Peace knows my struggling will, his blessings I always feel. 145 more words


An octogenarian shares her secrets to a fulfilling life

Nanette Hucknall is a breast cancer survivor, author, artist, teacher, therapist and yoga instructor.

She’s not slowing down anytime soon despite being 83 years young! Hucknall shares her secrets to life in her new book… 28 more words

Live At 9


Kneeling between fear and frustration.In words of hope I call on your peace.

Tenderly in desperation seeking your hope.

How can I cope with out your love, I pray. 103 more words


Only Kindness Makes Sense #WorldKindnessDay


Before you know what kindness really is
you must lose things,
feel the future dissolve in a moment
like salt in a weakened broth. 227 more words

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Jackie Fox reblogged this on Dispatch From Second Base and commented:

Marie shared a wonderful and true poem for #WorldKindnessDay. Thanks Marie.

Is it now your turn

Is it now your turn!

Streets overrun by these who would Liberty burn.

Stolen dreams, festering falsehoods rending democracy it seems.

Standing between reason and right, voiceless they fight. 225 more words


I pray

Lord, humbled, I approach your heart. Seeking peace.

Asking, for hope.

Grant us, your people, the wisdom.

Wisdom to understand and accept.

To accept today’s outcome. 83 more words