I was home yesterday and had a bit of a surreal experience. I tried to capture it in written words. . .
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War rages on in Afghanistan, beautiful communities of kind people with passionate hearts can be found. These people are like any other—they want to be acknowledged and for their voices to be heard and not be taken for granted. They do not want pity—they want change. They do not want war—they want peace. They crave good education—sadly, this is not a given. But, I am getting ahead of myself. . .
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Make a wish
Blow a kiss
A jasmine breeze
A rose with morning dew
A baby birthed anew
Azure Blue skies
A great book on a sunny shore
A shady hammock; a little snore
Clouds that are lofty
A crinoline skirt
The wink of a flirt
Honey in tea
Just you and me
~ Laura Kutney
I love this quote and wanted to say that I am grateful for all of my readers here. You make me feel like what I am doing matters and that is a LOT! So thank you!
As a token of my appreciation, two of those who like my blog and comment about what they are grateful for (or anything they would like to say) under this post, will be entered into a drawing for a free one-year subscription to the elephant journal. I will announce the winners on June 1st!
Please spread the word and thank you once again.
Please comment on this link—And good luck!
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“See no evil. Hear no evil. Speak no evil.”
It is impossible to shelter ourselves from those who do or say evil. We are also human and fallible by nature. This means that we will partake in evil doings, whether they be spoken or acted out, during our lives—and probably quite often, if we are downright honest about it.
So what is the trick to being a good person even though we falter at times?
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