“All the flowers of all the tomorrows are planted in the seeds of today.” –Chinese Proverbs
It’s difficult to ignore the current trends of today. Everywhere we see this or that new thing to aspire to. They can be short lived and fizzle out quickly or they may stand the test of time. What I like about trends is the power it gives me to say ‘yes’ or ‘no’ to them. Some even encourage me to create from them in a unique manner with existing resources.
“Trends are like a river: You can try to divert the water’s course, you can go for a swim, or you can sit on the bank and watch. The only thing you can’t do is stop the current.” –Stephen Orr
Now that cooler weather is coming, I can begin an outdoor trend to beautify the curb appeal of our home.
Wishing you a happy weekend.
A Pexels Image
The terrace still green
Never mind the bird droppings
They feed at my table
Summer Sunset by Leonid Afremov
Can you just stop it
Crafting, drafting phrases
So we can go sailing?
Cote d’Azur, France
Charming Cote d’Azur
Despite dark Canne festival
Image by Henry Milner
“Ignorance makes a slave a slave.”
–Robin Bullock, Prophet
This Fourth of July a new shift in America will break the oppression of evil. As the Body of Christ presses in, Americans who love this country are boldly forging to protect its Constitution and Bill of Rights.
Kudos to Florida’s Governor Ron DeSantis for leading the way to restore Civic Literacy in our education system. Love for our country through Civics will re-establish a diversity of thoughts and encourage free debating. There’s much work to be done in this area, but it will be worthwhile to eradicate communism and change the world for the better.
“Every Word of God proves true. He is a shield to those who take refuge in Him.”
Watch, watch! People are going to celebrate in the streets. The American flag is the banner of God’s Glory and nation upon nation will be reset in proper order…Amen!
Wishing You a Blessed 4th of July!
An Untitled Postcard
This postcard refreshes my curiosity. Why? Because, sometimes something new may carry an important message and I want to unravel it.
Like angels, the two young girls seem happy to get acquainted and magic unfolds. Gifts are exchanged forming a loyal bond, maybe even exchanging their unique spirituality.
Sharing self-knowledge with others leads to revealing beauty and truth. Writing about such things amplifies the heart and helps make sense of life. Has this happen to you?