Or, when did the ordinary turn into the extraordinary for you? This question relates to an experience I had while walking on trails in nature.
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We certainly relate. Our hub, 'What Does it Really Mean to Be of Service?' tells the story of our experience with being caregivers together. It helped me to move 'from the head to the heart.'
No man is an island; yet it seems so due to the levels of hostility rapidly circulating and growing in our physical, and even internet societies. One must asks themselves: WHY do we hate? WHAT good has it ever done?
Isn't nature marvelous! Thanks for sharing!
Beautiful. We too are touched by the miracle of birth.
This I believe: that Christ came in the flesh and died once for all men and is resurrected and in heaven mediating for all sinners; The Father, Son and Holy Ghost; 7th day Sabbath (saturday); 10 Commandments, second coming, baptism, grace. More?
Every person has a unique path and perspective. What I love is finding what is common among us and sharing gems of insight with each other. Whatever you choose to share, I will respect you for who you are.