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ATTENTIVENESS: Paying Attention—Paying Attention To The Other by Leighton Ford

From The Attentive Life

Attentiveness means respecting, attending to, waiting on, looking at, and listening to the other – the persons and things that we encounter – for what they are in themselves, not what we can make of them.  333 more words

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Spirituality and Religion - The Significance of Good Words; Good Thoughts and Good Deeds in Our Lives

“Hooked on Inspiration’s Blog” is a site that consists of more than 100 blogs penned by this author with a single and profound tagline in mind – “A Better Tomorrow; A Better Future and A Better World.” My name and this popular website has a prominent presence on the Internet. 1,306 more words

Human Attributes; Attitudes & Behaviour

When Insult Upon Injury Becomes The Last Straw That Breaks the Camel's Back

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. (American poet, 1807-1882)

There was a little girl, who had a little curl
Right in the middle of her forehead,
And when she was good, she was very, very good, 1,779 more words

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ATTENTIVENESS: Paying Attention—Pay Attention by Leighton Ford

From The Attentive Life

From the time we were children we were told to “pay attention,” as if this were the simplest thing in the world.  511 more words

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After All is Said and Done

 

“When All Is Said And Done” by ABBA

Here’s to us. One more toast, and then we’ll pay the bill
Deep inside, both of us can feel the autumn chill… 1,558 more words

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ATTENTIVENESS: Paying Attention—An Invitation To Practice The Hours by Leighton Ford

From The Attentive Life

Observing the hours can be a helpful practice for us in learning to pay attention to God throughout our days.  Further, the hours can also be an illuminating way to reflect on the seasons or passages of our lives.  417 more words

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ATTENTIVENESS: Paying Attention—The Hours Of Our Lives (The Benedictine Hours) by Leighton Ford

From The Attentive Life

Matins, lauds, prime, terce, sext, none, vespers, compline – that your hours will pierce me with arrows and sounds of praise.

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