|This is our second revamped newsletter and I'm doing it myself this time! Woo hoo! Got some great prayers and sending them and the calendar with much love.
Here's a 30 second prayer, for all of us who are in a rush most of the time.
I Love You, God. I love You with all my heart, body and soul. Thank You, God, for everything You do and give me each and every day; God, You are Inside Me, and You give me power, courage, strength, and inner peace; God, Bless Me with.……, and all that I desire, for I do good to others with my blessings. God, I see You Everywhere, I see You in Nature, and I see You inside all my family and friends; I look for the good (God) inside everyone I meet; God Bless and I Love, everyone, everywhere. God, Help Me, Help You; use me as a vehicle to help those in need. Amen.
Another message from a friend from my Peru trip, Rev. Jenny.
"YOU ARE ME"
“I love you without knowing how, or when, or from where. I love you simply, without problems or pride: I love you in this way because I do not know any other way of loving but this, in which there is no I or you, so intimate that your hand upon my chest is my hand, so intimate that when I fall asleep your eyes close.” ― Pablo Neruda
When you smile at me, you smile at you.
When you talk to me, you talk to you.
When you judge me, you judge you.
When you love me, you love you.
When you see me, you see you.
You are beautiful.
P.S. I am smiling really, really big now!
And my favorite reading for this time of year and anytime. Read it aloud, loudly and proudly, for it is truth.
I am love.
I am loving, loved and beloved.
I give and receive abundant love.
I see love everywhere, in every
I feel love...
Right here and right now.
I speak only with love in my heart.
I desire and deserve love.
I am a love magnet.
Love serves me and i serve love.
I am the self-generation of love.
With my love i create
Beauty, truth, health and
Success, prosperity and more love.
I live in love
More fully each day.
Mark Victor Hansen, Ph.D.
Because I Know You
I Have Known Angels
There have been angels in my life.
While they haven’t arrived
with a blast of trumpets
or a rustle of wings,
I’ve know them just the same.
They performed their acts in human guise,
sometimes borrowing the faces
of family and friends,
as well-meaning strangers.
You have known them, too,
when just the right word was needed,
when a tiny act of kindness
made a great difference..
or perhaps you heard a voice
whispering in a night of sorrow,
the words not quite clear
but the meaning unmistakable--
“There is hope...
There is hope.”