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Foundation of growth

In life don’t try to be perfect, no one is. Just be an excellent example of being human.
Growth requires pain and happiness but try to remember that those with the strength to succeed in the long run are the ones who lay a firm foundation of growth with the bricks that life has thrown at them. 271 more words

Food For Thought.

Hope

My wish for the new year is hope.

Hope for health and healing, hope for prosperity and the future,  hope for love, hope for peace… 484 more words

Follow The Yellow Brick Road...

A glimpse of November

At around this time last year, I was writing about settling into my new home and my new job. Well I guess that’s what I’m writing about again here although quite a different job and quite a different home, at least Monday to Friday; 630 more words

Nepal

EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE: "BRICK BY BRICK" by EVAN JEFFREY

While other kids his age were watching cartoons and playing video games, Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter Evan Jeffrey was obsessing over Jimi Hendrix; “I remember when I was seven or eight, sitting down next to the CD player in my room and replaying Hendrix’s version of ‘Star Spangled Banner’ over and over.   128 more words

Music

Brick #3: That Time That God Took me to the Dark Ugly Corners of my Heart (AKA- How I Spent Last Week)

I sat down last week to finish writing brick #3, but kept getting a nagging feeling in my heart like God wanted to show me something different than what I was writing. 1,701 more words

Brick-by-Brick Acts of Love

by Emily Rose

“How do we love? Not in big things, but in small things with great love.” -Mother Teresa

During my Thursday afternoons at the Claremont Joslyn Senior Center, I witness the quiet, love infused building of the kin-dom of God. 417 more words

Brick #1: The Heart of Naomi

In my last post I addressed the fact that so many of us are being hurt by each other. I mentioned that there are many people who are sitting on the edge of abandoning the church they’ve been trying so desperately to fit into. 1,345 more words