@klregister! Celebrating you and thankful am I to have you choose me to follow. You inspire me! >ToLife<
Hi Poet! I am celebrating 100 followers by reblogging and sharing on facebook!Blessings!
Where do we go from here?
I know we was dealt with some difficult cards in life
But we just cant stop there.
God has a bigger plan for us, I can feel it……I know its near.
What I have learned during this tough time and tribulation
That everything happens for a reason
Everyone goes through a tough time,
Just so happen this is our season
There is no devine reason.
He is our God Almighty
He will see us to the end
And only on him you shall depend on
Because he will take you through,
Stay faithful to him because hes the only one that can save you.
He will lift you up, God doesn’t ask for much, your faithfulness, and your daily praises to him, which will put you on the right track, to repentency to get rid of our sins.
Where do we go from here?
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Thank you for this well written reminder. Being a true “wing~man” as the picture depicts keeps danger at bay. Reblogging on http://trudistreasures.com
Today’s Daily Prompt is: Take Me to the Moon:
How far would you go for someone you love? How far would you want someone else to go for you?
I would love for my answer to both parts of the prompt to be anywhere. Wouldn’t that sound great? Wouldn’t that mean I was the bestest parent, family member, friend, heck even the bestest complete stranger in someone’s world? Yeah, perhaps on the surface it would. I mean ask a lot of other parents out there what they would do for their children and I suspect the most common response would be this: anything. But I’ve had enough journeys on this adventure called life that have taught me otherwise. I do my best to have and express unconditional love for others, but I do have conditions on the parameters of the relationships I have with them.
Here are a few examples …
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@johnmarkmiller, Thanks for bringing light and art so we can see! …and for following me almost a year ago to meet my 100!
“Learning to See”
As morning light seeped into my bedroom window, I felt its warmth upon my face. For one glorious moment, I could have sworn I saw brilliant color dancing before me. My heart leaped for joy…
Then I opened my eyes.
Like every morning before this one, I found myself overwhelmed by utter darkness. Engulfed in a lonely sense of not knowing – not seeing, I moaned.
As was my morning routine, I slammed my fist against the wall and screamed for a long, long time. “Why?” The sound was bloodcurdling, which comforted me somehow.
The neighbors really seemed to enjoy this part.
After thirty years of groping in darkness, I was operating out of mere habit. But this morning was different. This time, Someone answered.
A Voice, pure as water and tender as fine silk, spoke from the black void.
“Why, you ask? Because Henry, you’ve inspired…
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Grady P. Brown was among the first three to follow me in 2014. I admired his actually posting his face online !! (still shy) Then I discovered he’s practically a neighbor doing book signings. Introducing Grady P. Brown.
In the third volume of my series, the Young Guardians have encounters with several enemies from their early superhero careers. These individuals were recruited by Vogan (the main villain) to serve as weapons against the Young Guardians. Among these miscreants is the first major criminal the Young Guardians ever defeated: Alexander Andrews. Before the Young Guardians’ careers took off, Alexander was a notorious serial killer and complete and utter psychopath. Although he is one hundred percent human, Alexander has capabilities that would consider him inhuman. For instance, he is freakishly strong, able to overpower and kill virtually any individual with his bare hands. He also suffers from a neurological disease that renders him completely immune to physical pain, allowing him to take serious damage while still able-bodied enough to fight. Psychologically, Alexander’s mind is so twisted and warped that reading his thoughts is impossible, which makes him completely unpredictable. With…
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