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He Thought You Were Worth It

Slowly, with purpose
He walked through the streets
Each step He was taking
Your life He could see

Breathing in pain
Sores on His back… 147 more words

More Than

“Kindness is

loving people

more than

they deserve.”

~ Joseph Joubert

There are many things that by over filling… 95 more words

Life

Light-capped mountains attract the masses ~ August 27, 2017

This is the latest message for us from our spiritual friends at Eireport. Could this mean the mountains of spiritual interest such as the Himalayas, and Mt. 42 more words

Yellow

Aptitude, not fortitude

Will get them every time.

Yearning, not desire,

The ultimate relationship crime.

Seamless entry into a vessel

Carrying what you need.

It may not be the one you want… 91 more words

Poetry

You are going through,
pain
If thine is pain
Then what is mine,
What I have been
going through.

You are chained
And you called it pain, 91 more words

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The Vaccine Revolution for Truth


By Barbara Loe Fisher Revolution for Truth Rally March 31, 2017 Washington, D.C. We are gathered in our nation’s Capitol representing many thousands of Americans and their families, who cannot be here today because they are sick or caring for someone who is sick.1,2,3 We are here for families and physicians living in fear they will be discriminated against and punished if they speak honestly in their communities about what they know to be true.4,5,6,7,8 We have come to defend freedom of thought, speech and conscience, the inalienable natural rights that unite us, regardless of where we live, the color of our skin, the faith that sustains us, or the philosophies that define us. 60 more words

The Vaccine Revolution for Truth


By Barbara Loe Fisher Revolution for Truth Rally March 31, 2017 Washington, D.C. We are gathered in our nation’s Capitol representing many thousands of Americans and their families, who cannot be here today because they are sick or caring for someone who is sick.1,2,3 We are here for families and physicians living in fear they will be discriminated against and punished if they speak honestly in their communities about what they know to be true.4,5,6,7,8 We have come to defend freedom of thought, speech and conscience, the inalienable natural rights that unite us, regardless of where we live, the color of our skin, the faith that sustains us, or the philosophies that define us. 60 more words