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Centering Palliative Care Person By Person

I listened to the stories of men and women who told of their pain and purpose. This pain ranged from physical to spiritual. I was seeing grief being addressed with grace in this Washington DC Holiday Inn Capitol. 62 more words

Inspired Gratitude

More about "The Boy Whose Idea Could Feed the World" by Doris Wild Helmering

The Boy Whose Idea Could Feed the World will grab the attention of any upper grade or middle school student. Whether interested in science projects, bugs, getting along with others, or motivation, readers are caught up in the story from the first page to the last. 57 more words


Were you ever really here?

Sometimes I wonder if you were

ever really here

Somehow I know what’s true

when you were always there

But as life returns back

to a more even keel…

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Letting go doesn't mean loving less

At times, it feels like our journey through this one life is fraught with trials and setbacks more so than smooth sailing. Times when we could use an encouraging word, a hug or a shoulder on which to cry. 139 more words


Strange Company

This time the prompts were:    

Hello darkness, my old friend

Bless her tiny body

A messenger for happiness

What I wrote is below.


The dead come to visit him in his dreams. 522 more words

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The Fruit Of Wy's Golden Age

When fruit is in fertile ground and water abounds, we find ourselves filling the earth  and atmosphere with yields of purpose and praise . The love of people pushes us to the greatness that God has promised. 64 more words


A Journey Thru Acts 18: Basking In The LORD 1...

Now we continue to dig into the book of Acts for the 18th post: we are looking back at the first century Church & their mission to understand what the Lord Jesus’ mission is for us in the 21st century. 2,650 more words