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Sometimes the voyage overtakes us,
casting us beyond our will
upon a far away and unknown shore,
where we find upon arriving,
it is a pleasant place and more. 69 more words

An Unexpected Reminder

It is a gorgeous day! I sat at my desk this morning enjoying some quiet time; just me and the Lord. I opened the drawer and ran across a small journal.   548 more words


The Voice Not Easily Heard

Ed is working on his advanced degree while he and his wife are raising two small children.  I can relate, since I helped “push my husband through” his Ph.D. 358 more words

Slow it Down

It’s not very often in this fast paced world that we hear those words — slow it down. But that is completely within our grasp when it comes to graceful aging. 175 more words

Graceful Aging

Transcending Mere Words and Thoughts: Living as Love

This old gal has learned a lot from “holy books”–several of them. My first exposure was to the Bible, which I sincerely, deeply studied for many years. 495 more words


Christmas is for Listening

I have a guilty secret I’m going to share with you, but I’m sure it’s not mine alone. I do hope not anyway!

But I can’t be the only woman on the planet who sinks into a hot bath with a big glass of wine on Christmas evening and is secretly (and guiltily!) glad that it’s all over for another year.  862 more words

Listening for His Voice

Hearken unto Me now therefore, O ye children, and attend to the words of My mouth.” – Proverbs 7:24

The United States Government doesn’t teach Treasury agents to detect counterfeit bills by having them study fakes. 134 more words