Trust that you are dearly loved

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I love being by the sea, it calms my soul.

Statement from a family who lost three children on Flight MH17

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A statement from the Maslin family: “A message to the soldiers in the Ukraine, the politicians, the media, our friends and family. Our pain is intense and relentless. We live in a hell… Continue reading

People come into our lives for a reason

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Originally posted on SUPPORT FOR OSCAR PISTORIUS:
A little boy wanted to meet God. He packed his suitcase with two sets of his dress and some packets of Cakes and he started his…

Just another pretty cat picture

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A Sufi Blessing

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Just Pedal

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Originally posted on Morning Story and Dilbert:
Vintage DilbertJuly 21, 2011 At first I saw God as my observer, my judge, keeping track of the things I did wrong, so as to know…

Fields of Plenty

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‘I am Mara. I have Down’s Syndrome. I am not Down’s Syndrome’

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Here at Ramblings, we like to support charities and campaigns. A campaign we both feel strongly about is Lose the Label, started by Michelle Clarke, whose daughter was born with Down’s Syndrome. Frustrated… Continue reading

Act of Kindness

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Big or small, an act of kindness can work miracles, and mean more that you may realise. Something as simple as a smile could make someone’s day. So, what will your act of… Continue reading

What If…?

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What if the blessing you yearn for actually comes in the form of your pain? What if your tears are that which will heal you, your suffering and grief the true mercy in… Continue reading

Thoughts to live by

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Originally posted on SUPPORT FOR OSCAR PISTORIUS:
Thoughts to live by: 1. If you can’t see the bright side, polish the dull side! 2. Kind words make good echoes! 3. Life is short,…

Cats – you gotta love them

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I love cats and I love this picture. There really is no need for additional words.

The Hand of Friendship is the Hand of God

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Friendship is one of the biggest blessings we will ever receive. Friends comfort us, sustain us, encourage us, support us. They are there for the good times and the bad, an unquestionable presence… Continue reading

Dancing In The Rain

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Ahh, summer in England: thunder, lightening, torrential rain. But with it comes a vital life lesson – so dance, dance, dance!  

If you could sit on this bench with your younger self and give one piece of advice what would it be?

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Originally posted on A Small Act Of Kindness Can Bring Smile On Million Faces:
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An African Blessing: Walk Well, Walk Free

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Have a blessed weekend, guys. Make the most of what life gives you.

Love Who You Are

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Walk tall, own the room, because you are the best you in the whole wide world. And nobody can ever take that away from you.

Nelson Mandela Happy Birthday

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‘Let freedom reign. The sun never set on so glorious a human achievement’ – Nelson Mandela God bless you, Madiba, on your 86th birthday. Thank you for giving your life for democracy, for… Continue reading

A Serenity Blessing

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Double Amputee Veteran’s Wheelchair Breaks In Lowe’s, Workers Drop Everything To Fix It

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Originally posted on Kindness Blog:
Michael Sulsona of Staten Island, New York, has not led an easy life. The former Marine lost both of his legs in the Vietnam War when he was…

The End of the Rain

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This is one of my favourite of Laura’s and I think it is beautiful in its starkness.  

Trails

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The Strength of Weeds

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Popping Candy

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Ah, the giddy, heady days of summer, when our youth always seems to cycle across our thoughts.  

A Blessing of Self Belief

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Sometimes the bad things that happen in our lives put us direction on the path to the best things that will ever happen to us.

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Originally posted on A Small Act Of Kindness Can Bring Smile On Million Faces:
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Move the Mountain

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Chose to move the stones instead of condemn the mountain.

Circle of Light

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Monday Madness

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Have a great week, folks.

Facing Fear and Finding Peace

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Originally posted on Spirituality Exploration Today:
Fear of Moving Ahead A few years ago in Honolulu, my wife and I became acquainted with an attractive, Japanese-American girl, who had spent her entire life…

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