Tag: compassion

Required…

Sometimes we cling so tightly to something that it slips right through our grasp. Look at the things we cling to: a spouse for fear of losing them, children in fear something may happen to them, a job fearing another may not come along,… Continue Reading “Required…”

The Best Way…

One thing I’m missing: smiles. I can’t see them – masks only reveal eyes. So I’m trying to see those, but I’ve noticed this: people are looking down a lot these days. I’ve wondered about the missing smiles and the downcast eyes. Wondering how… Continue Reading “The Best Way…”

If We Will…

Half of this year is gone. A year called 2020 that cleverly was touted as 20/20 – as in vision. I think we were blind. The year is a blur even though it is void of so many of life’s normals. It has been… Continue Reading “If We Will…”

Missing Part…

Several years ago I decided to go super natural in food and beauty products. But… I’m a bread lover – pretty much all the mass produced stuff is unhealthy – I had to find a way. I began with milling my own wheat. I… Continue Reading “Missing Part…”

Soaked…

Rain, rain, rain – for weeks. The canvas canopy over an outdoor swing was sagging – I pushed up and – whoosh – over the edge cascaded water. It caught the attention of my one year old grandson, but I hadn’t noticed he had walked… Continue Reading “Soaked…”

Free Fall…

Ever actually seen a field of wheat? Me either – but I love the pictures showing stalks gently blowing in the breeze, like a sea of gold. These days machines do much of the work taking the grain from the stalk and leaves –… Continue Reading “Free Fall…”

Lips to Give…

A friend said she makes her list then asks God what His agenda is – instead of bless her list, she asks what on this list is Your agenda, so it can be blessed. Mouth hanging open. Simple. (I think I’m slow.) Yes, of course, in our… Continue Reading “Lips to Give…”

No Unbelief…

In Gatlinburg, TN there are burned down dreams and memories in ash piles. A family grieves the loss of a son, not knowing whose anger caused the shots. Another grieves the loss of a father trying to do his job to serve and protect.… Continue Reading “No Unbelief…”

Promise 33

In a few days I will have been married to a man who said ‘I do’ and has meant it for 33 years. These days it’s hard to find someone committed for 33 minutes let alone years. But this man has stuck by my side through… Continue Reading “Promise 33”

Aftermath…

Much of our world knows nothing of hurricanes – but for those living in their paths, be they in America or the Philippines or wherever – we know the aftermath. This time I’m calling it the After-Matth-ew. South Florida, where I live, is no stranger… Continue Reading “Aftermath…”

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