A RE-BLOG POST – Two Horses…………..

The imagery of the two horses is perfect to align with this story.

Boundless Blessings by Kamal

Just up the road from a home in Wisconsin is a stable owned by one Mr. Jeffrey with few horses. From a distance, each horse looks like any other horse. But if you stop your car, or are walking by, you will notice something quite amazing. Looking into the eyes of one horse very closely will disclose that he is blind. His owner has chosen not to have him put down, but has made a good home for him. This alone is amazing. If you stand nearby and listen, you will hear the sound of a bell. Looking around for the source of the sound, you will see that it comes from the smaller horse in the field.

Attached to the horse’s halter is a small bell. It lets the blind friend know where the other horse is, so he can follow him wherever he goes. As you stand and…

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A RE-BLOG POST Enjoy the Trip called Life……….

A delightsome story, a perfect re-blog, Merci, Kamal.

Boundless Blessings by Kamal

An old man had only 8 hair on his head. He went to a Barber shop. Barber in anger asked: Shall I cut or count? Old man smiled and said: “Colour it”.Life is to enjoy with whatever you have with you, keep smiling.

If you feel STRESSED, give yourself a Break. Enjoy some:





Why? Because STRESSED backwards spelling is DESSERTS so enjoy and have a great time.

There is another Alphabetic advice for all of us:

A B C: Avoid Boring Company.

D E F: Don’t Entertain Fools.

G H I: Go for High Ideas.

J K L M: Just Keep a friend like Me.

N O P: Never Overlook the Poor and Suffering.

Q R S: Quit Reacting to Silly stories.

T U V: Tune Yourself for your Victory.

W X Y Z: We Xpect You to Zoom ahead in life.

So believe in…

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A RE-BLOG POST – Be That One Noble Person………..

Amazing article to be noble! It must appear as a re-blog here, so thankful to you Kamal.

Boundless Blessings by Kamal

One sparkling smile can bring a friendship to blossom

One helpful hand can lift a soul out of misery

One constructive word can frame the goal of life

One word of cheeriness can bring so much joy

One candle lit with an intent that can wipe out darkness

One uproarious laughter can conquer gloom

One gentle touch can show you care

One look of compassion can relax the weary traveler

One honest deed can dissolve years of mistrust

One life can make a difference to someone

One loving gesture can work wonder

One happy moment can wipe out all your pains

Be that one noble person today who can bring so much pleasure and cheerfulness to a hungry, confused Soul who is in need of loving-kindness, care and compassion.  Let us put Love in everything that we do.  Serve others with a Grateful Heart and always believe that a bit…

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“For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven.”  –Ecclesiastes 3:1

A Short Story

In all things, count your blessings.  Oliveoil and Popeye quickly dashed into a holiday getaway when a “suddenly” struck them with pain.  Avoiding a fall into a puddle, she jerked and sprained her left knee leaving her immobile, but Popeye knew to press ice pack on the injury and return them home for more care.

All Christmas plans went awry.  Off to the emergency room, x-rays showed no fracture as the doctor said to her, “get plenty of rest, the sciatic nerve is also inflamed, so take this prescription to ease your pain and relax your muscles.”  Ugh!  Oliveoil wanted to scream, but already felt too much pain. All her special plans for the holidays went out the window.

Patience is a virtue that often runs thin.  Family and friends called to prayerfully cheer Oliveoil to be patient with herself while commending Popeye to persevere.

Be still and know that I am God.  2021 is dust and the new year is here.  This suddenly continues, the pain has lessened, it comes and goes.  For everything has a season, but wait, this fresh new season is full of hope for a coming restoration, says Oliveoil and her trusted Popeye.  The Cardinals are returning and Oliveoil wants to feed them, smiling.


A Christmas Story

Imagine a girlish gaze seeing a gurgling brook streaming down the French Alps.  She is thoroughly refreshed by the pure icy flow and marvels how her childhood is graced though she barely knows God. She grew up in a loving, adventurous family, travelling throughout Europe embracing their special cultures, yet with little time to plant roots.  This spring was her first place to own propelling her into an unexpected adult life.

Psalm 24 asks: “Who shall climb the mountain of the Lord?”

I will, the young woman replied to the Lord, as fledgling wife and mother despite a rocky marriage.  Somehow with no choice but to climb through terrible years, came divorce and freedom or else she would die!  She couldn’t yet comprehend God’s invisible hands stopping her from drowning.  This her second place to own because it was full of miracles in great darkness.

Psalm 24 continues in asking: “Who will stand in His holy place?”

Seasoned as she was, replied, I will dear Lord for He nicknamed her “my daughter of Jerusalem.” True Love caught her by surprise, now happily remarried, strong, flanked by holy friendships; now she abides in this destined place always giving God thanks for His utmost joy residing in her heart…until she breathes her last.

Merry Christmas to One and All!

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A RE-BLOG POST – The Cobbler who also mends Souls………

This enchanting story makes my heart sing, because it describes God’s promise of tithing no matter the percentage given and God is pleased to shower great blessings on the tither…a wonderful post to share here.

Boundless Blessings by Kamal

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There is a cobbler who sits across the street in front of an office building. Every day, Krishna sees that there is a stray dog that comes and sits with him as soon as he arrives at the place and he feeds him biscuits and milk. The cobbler goes about his work while the dog sits there and gives him company. Krishna felt as if there is a connection between them and that unknown to everyone; they are having a conversation without a word being said.

There is also food that he brings for the birds too, which he keeps at different places on the street pavement where he sits for his work. Many people stop by and ask him for directions and he always guides them with a smile, even if he does not get any business with them.

If he sees a homeless person going by, he offers…

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