So, husband is very well loved in our community. We recently moved here but he managed to make tons of friends and they all love him, wives included.
Once we were walking with the family on a Saturday afternoon and this guy on a bike stops next to us, after introducing himself he tells me:”your husband is a treasure”
I immediately mumbled “we should bury it then”
The guy heard me, didn’t comment and left.
Later that day he asked my husband if I was serious. My husband confirmed I was.
Another day I go to the grocery store and ask the guy for a specific fish my husband had asked the manager to keep on the side.
As soon as I told the man my husband name he said:”I know you don’t want to hear this but your husband is a gem” – I replied “questionable” and he laughed…
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Proverbs 8 New International Version
32 “Now then, my children, listen to me;
blessed are those who keep my ways.
33 Listen to my instruction and be wise;
do not disregard it.
34 Blessed are those who listen to me,
watching daily at my doors,
waiting at my doorway.
35 For those who find me find life
and receive favour from the Lord.
36 But those who fail to find me harm themselves;
all who hate me love death.”
Although this passage of scripture indicates that Jesus is talking to children, the passage really refers to us all. We must keep listening because it is only by listening we become wise and are blessed
As a part of Suicide Awareness Month, I want to talk about those left behind. Those left to grieve. Grieving after suicide is complex and gutwrenching. Everyone grieves differently and heals in their own time but the process can be a difficult one. This is my story. My father and I were estranged since I […]
You can either become a victim of epilepsy and let epilepsy take over your life.
Or you can simply say,“I have epilepsy”and decide your own fate.
Twenty-four years ago, Markwas an active-duty U.S. Marine when he suffered from several seizures that resulted in a diagnosis of epilepsy.
His Marine Corps career ended with a medical discharge.
“My life was a tough road those days,”he says.
Today, he is a triathlete who has triumphed over epilepsy.
Hehas risen to the famous Ironman WorldChampionshipswhich consists of a 2.4-mile swim, followed by a 112-mile bike race, culminating in a 26.2-mile run.
Chanda Gunnis the U.S. women’s hockey team’s last line of defense.
The starting goaltender, who was diagnosed with epilepsy at age 9, faces life the way she faces shooters on the ice: with no fear.
Gunn doesn’t consider herself a hero because she plays the most difficult…
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🤍Today, I’m thankful for the following:
- Crisp morning cool air
- Outbids by a better deserving individual
- Puffy bright white clouds
- Cheap dates with my girls
- Hearing what doesn’t need said between my love and I.
- Wireless internet
- Car auctions
- Good Dancers
- Reaction Videos on YouTube
- Gravestone cleaners
Until next time, Stay Safe, Speak Life, and Spread Kindness. 🍃
I heard a conversation a few days ago. One person felt the other had upset them and had held on
to this grudge for two weeks, before venting their anger. If they had just turned round and said
something at the time, the matter would have been settled. No, they had turned it over and over in
their mind for days. It’s so easy to feel slighted, simply by taking what someone has said, in all
innocence, the wrong way. The perceived hurt, anger and bitterness had festered inside, causing
pain and anger. My challenge for you today, is, if you feel someone has hurt you, done something
you do not agree with, said something that has caused you to take offence, then make today the
day you get in touch with them, talk to them. Explain how you feel, and stop that annoyance
causing you to feel stressed.
Don’t hold grudges. On the other hand, it’s wrong not to correct someone who needs correcting.
Stop being angry and don’t try to take revenge. I am the Lord, and I command you to love others
as much as you love yourself