Sunday, November 15, 2015
praying for the people of France
praying for the world at large
It seems to me that we are fighting WW III.
Not in the style of previous world wars, but
rather a different kind of war. A war of hatred
and injustice. A global war of intolerance.
There is nothing new about religious war, but
this has an edge that is different. This is not just
about land or my faith is better than yours.
I truly don't know how it can be stopped.
I am normally an optimist, but this has me
stumped. They say it starts at home, but when
our children are being taught hate, how can we
hope for a brighter tomorrow?
Normally I don't write about negative issues,
but everyone needs to talk so we can all find
Does anyone have ideas or solutions?
I would love to hear, brainstorming is a good
way to solve problems.
Sunday, November 8, 2015
Each leaf plays a note in the
symphony of autumn
Hello everyone, it has been a long time since I posted a Sunday reflection. I had decided to
close my blog, but have missed it so much.
Hope you all had a lovely summer and have
been enjoying the splendid fall. The colors in Ohio
have been spectacular this year. I have been
enjoying the warm weather as well.
Hibernation season is almost upon us.
As we move into the holiday season I hope to
keep in mind the "reason for the season". Hopefully I am not to busy that I forget love, charity and all the wonder of the season.
I'm curious, is anyone starting a new tradition
this year? It's always exciting to try something
new. I will be thinking of a new tradition myself in the next week or two.
Hope you all have a wonderful week and thank you for stopping by.
Sunday, July 19, 2015
I just wanted to let everyone know that I will be closing down
my blog. It has been fun and I am grateful to all my followers.
I am headed in a different direction now. I'm going back to school
to finish my degree in art history. I have been wanting to do this for a long time. It is now the right time.
I will still be around on Facebook and Twitter and I hope to see you all there.
Good luck in the future.