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Here I am again. Writing is so good for one’s soul. It releases what is stored within and if negative- great – get it out. That is the beginning of healing. If positive – all the better – share the good things we rarely hear in the media.

The photo of the woman above was taken from my car when I stopped at a red light. I had noticed her a few times. Same place, same clothes, no signs, but this time she never lifted her
head. Oh my heart and PRAYERS go to her and all who have so little.

We cannot judge, nor do we truly know how someone arrives here. It is only our place as humans to be compassionate and understanding that there is someone who is not where we would what to be!

We are not rich, but in comparison……Share a prayer, a kind thought.

5 Responses to “”

  1. marlajayne Says:

    Thanks for this powerful reminder to be compassionate towards others and to be grateful for all of our many, many blessings.

  2. Marsha J. O'Brien Says:

    You are most welcome. I need to remind myself too!

  3. Matt the heathen Says:

    It’s hard not to judge. I’m sure if we could know all the stories of the people we judge, we’d think differently. Nice post…

  4. titus2woman Says:

    This is a beautiful sentiment! and if it’s any consolation, sometimes I find that I get jealous too! It’s always over good character-type things, but ACK! (((((HUGS))))) sandi~your advice to BREATHE carries me through sooo much more than you know~*THANK YOU!*

  5. Marsha J. O'Brien Says:

    Thank you Matt and Sandi! Your comments are appreciated and it’s nice to know after
    not writing for a while someone still reads my posts:).

    My family leaves for Utah today and I cried myself to sleep last night….but whatever is best
    for them is what I want – so that makes me happy!

    Have a beautiful day you two!

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