APPRECIATING YOU

Picnic Table by Martha Walter

OFF THE CUFF WRITING

In closing July, this day is brighter when I reach out, think of you and thank you for your faithful presence here.  Trusting also that no one is sick, unemployed or grieving the loss of a loved one as most of us are still in the thick of this horrible pandemic.

You are not alone, we can virtually ‘bump elbows’ in prayerful Hope for a healthier, more prosperous and peaceful future.

How good, how delightful it is for people to live together in unity.

–Psalm 133:1

There’s still time for some splendid picnics.

May you enjoy the sultry haze of August.

sincerely, your scribeforlove

BELIEVE IN YOURSELF – EMBELLISHED

Art by Rembrandt

I received a wonderful affirmation in response to this post by thesunshinethagain, thanks so much!

The power of affirmation to stay the course; we ought to remain focused especially when distractions and challenges arise.”

AFFIRMATION

“Fix your course on a star and you’ll navigate any storm.”

–Leonardo da Vinci

What is your star?

  Mine is the Star of Bethlehem

 

A RE-BLOG POST A Best form of Charity……..

Thank You, Kamal, for giving us this splendid story to imitate just where we are planted–Christ loves this story!

Boundless Blessings by Kamal

Charity Quotes - Inspirational Fundraising Quotes To Use

There is a Restaurant in Norway that has come out with a selfless act of charity and kindness for all the needy people of their country:

Do you know what is “Suspended Coffee” or “Suspended Meal”? Let me tell you what this is:

A woman went to this restaurant and when giving money at the counter tells the billing person: “Five coffees, two suspended”. She then gave money for five coffees and carried three cups of coffee with her to the table. Another person came and ordered: “Ten coffees, five suspended.” He too paid for ten and grabbed five coffees.” After that another woman came and ordered: “Five meals, two suspended” She then paid for five meals and took three lunch packets with her.”

An old man with shabby and dirty clothes then entered the restaurant, came to the counter and said in a quiet voice, “Any, suspended coffee?” He…

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