Day: July 18, 2020
Sadness – Poetry For Healing
Please Come Enjoy Christine’s Great Poem – Sadness!!!
Another day bleeds into night as feelings of despondency once more hang in morbidity Excitement a faded memory of feelings long forgotten
Source: Sadness – Poetry For Healing
Me – Poetry For Healing
DON’T MISS CHRISTINE’S POEM!!
I am wild and boisterous Fearless and fierce I am me I am adventurous and curious Gutsy and brave I am me I tow the line and follow
Source: Me – Poetry For Healing
BE THE SPARKLE
I PRAY YOU HEAL
Dancing with the Rose
Yesterday a Rose
She will tease you with her scent
Exquisiteness seduces before your eyes
The intoxicating essence remains present
Harmony as her petals fall away
her soul laid bare
Potent yet vulnerable
Dancing around an impassioned affair
A circle of Intimacy
Spiralling, then wilting
A rare beauty faded
Blooming and re-opening
Even when exposed
“If you enjoy the fragrance of a rose, you must accept the thorns which it bears.” – Isaac Hayes
Be the sunshine
Are we falling out of ourselves. Losing what was? Perhaps? Perhaps not!
Please remember this is just a chapter of our current story, the one of survival and growth, from when this story began.
Every day you have a task, that task is to find laughter, joy and happiness in everything you do.
With every new dawn i awake and I think about something great that is going to happen in my day.
With every opening of my eyes, of every morning, I see a sweet little face looking into mine and there is the first of many smiles for my day.
I have talked to so many people, who are struggling with anxiety. You worry about your endurance through COVID, about what will be, worry that you are not doing something right. You along with everyone else. We all have our doubts and insecurities. You are doing it perfectly!…
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LEAVE IT IN GOD’S HANDS
“Lonely Itch Go Away”
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THE LAND OF THE FREE AND THE HOME OF THE BRAVE – A MESSAGE FOR AMERICA – REMEMBERING JOHN LEWIS AN AMERICAN ICON
By Charles Robert Lindholm
How free are the free
How brave are the brave
In America today?
Have we learned our lessons
From the past
Or are we doomed
To repeat our errors, again? Continue reading