(photo: To receive a view like this must take quite an early riser)
Regret, that we forget, to subject…
Ourselves to a higher calling.
One that doesn’t put us at the center.
Like we’ve done most or all of our lives.
Classic notion of it is in the giving we receive.
Run with this and never look back.
Their son, Allen, died and they kept his love of nature alive, for generations to come…
…by setting aside 4,700 acres, to remain…Forever Florida…
You desire to know the art of living, my friend? It is contained in one phrase: make use of suffering. – Henri Frédéric Amiel
Ever miss something or someone so much that it takes your breath away?
Not wanting to belabor the point, however, yesterday was tough coming home.
You know what I’m talking about. And I was just grieving the loss of a Pet.
Ever wonder what it must be like to try to recover from the loss of a child, perhaps a teenager who is taken away suddenly and tragically?
Today is dedicated to those Families. If you are one of them, or know a Family like this (we know several), please pray for them with all your heart.
We can very likely assume that they are going through a hell that is impossible to imagine. And a hell that may never go away. Ever.
Couldn’t watch TV yesterday.
This isn’t a stretch for me because I rarely watch it anyway.
But I hear about it on Facebook, Twitter and emails.
And it comes as no surprise. Humanity always wants to help during disasters.
What good does God do when disaster happens?
You have an answer, right?