When Creator made the new world, he also placed First Man and First Woman in it. Just as their world was new, so was their relationship. … More Cherokee Legend of Strawberries
This post was written by my friend Morag Noffke, who lives in Cape Town, South Africa. We have been using Facechat and have found many similarities in our attitudes about life and other topics. She shared her thoughts on Africa’s Human Rights Day and after reading it I wanted to share it here with those … More 22nd March Human Rights Day — Morag Noffke
You may or may not have noticed that I haven’t written anything new the last week. There is a reason for that. My heart and mind have been full of sadness for those who have suffered so much from so many different causes. So it was difficult to focus on and choose a topic and … More Where Is The Love?
Years ago I took care of an unforgettable cancer patient. She had lost her hair from the chemotherapy, but not her spirit. She quipped about her bald head and how funny she perceived her appearance, calling herself “squirrel head.” I often reminded her how beautiful she was, but she’d just wave her hand at me. … More A Kind Hearted Cancer Patient Gives a Gift
During the Christmas season our mailboxes are full of mail asking for donations to help multiple worthy causes. We see the bell ringers with the red pot, asking for donations. Sometimes we feel sad that we can’t donate to them all. Every year I try to pick two or three different ones from the previous … More Cast Your Bread Upon the Waters
I saw this wonderful verse by Meno Lopes this morning. I was so touched by the truth of this that I asked his permission to share it. He kindly gave me permission. Thank you, Meno Lopes. ~ All that life has done, all the energy that life has spent, was spent creating more of itself … More Poem of Truth