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Love wins my friends!!

In Dream on August 17, 2012 at 10:34 am

Four Reasons for Optimism in the Wake of Tragedy—Insights from a Sikh and a Unitarian Minister | (A)theologies | Religion Dispatches

4. Love wins.

Bandana

Bandana Kaur is a graduate of Yale University, a Sikh ecologist, and writer. She is currently program manager for EcoSikh, a Sikh initiative for the earth, working in the Punjab region of South Asia and beyond. 

: In times like this, I remember that the quintessence of Sikhism is to love: to be love-inspired and love-driven. A dear friend of mine recently shared an experience that moved her during bhog (the service) honoring the deceased in Oak Creek. The musician, or raagi, leading the sangat (congregation) during the remembrance event, had also been present at the temple during the shootings. As the raagi began to sing, my friend could tell that there was a sadness in his voice. Despite the sorrow, he paused to share words of blessing, asking the Divine to take good care of Wade Michael Page in hope that Page has found peace within himself. My friend simply bowed her head in awe of the love shared.

 

One amazing article published in Religion Dispatches called:

Four Reasons for Optimism in the Wake of Tragedy—Insights from a Sikh and a Unitarian Minister

Why did I reblog this article my friends?Because I wanted to share one beautiful and amazing sentence written by Miss.Bandana Kaur:

” …. quintessence of Sikhism is to love: to be love-inspired and love-driven.”

         We should all remember this one:to be Love inspired and to be love driven!!

May God,Creator of the Universe and all living souls,

be merciful to all these victoms in that horible tragedy but also to Wade Micheal Page. 

That I pray in the name of Jesus Chist.Amen.Child's prayer

 

Quotes I like

In Love on August 16, 2012 at 2:37 pm

To be rich in admiration and free from envy, to rejoice greatly in the good of others, to love with such generosity of heart that your love is still a dear possession in absence or unkindness – these are the gifts which money cannot buy.                                                 Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) essayist, poet, novelist

Those who make compassion an essential part of their lives find the joy of life. Kindness deepens the spirit and produces rewards that cannot be completely explained in words. It is an experience more powerful than words. To become acquainted with kindness one must be prepared to learn new things and feel new feelings. Kindness is more than a philosophy of the mind. It is a philosophy of the spirit.                                                                                           Robert J. Furey

The true essence of humankind is kindness. There are other qualities which come from education or knowledge, but it is essential, if one wishes to be a genuine human being and impart satisfying meaning to one’s existence, to have a good heart.                                  Tenzin Gyatso (1935) The 14th Dalai Lama (B. 1935)

That best portion of a good man’s life; His little, nameless, unremembered acts Of kindness and of love.                              William Wordsworth (1770-1850) poet

No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.                                                                                                                                               Aesop fabulist

Kindness is an inner desire that makes us want to do good things even if we do not get anything in return. It is the joy of our life to do them. When we do good things from this inner desire, there is kindness in everything we think, say, want and do.                        Emanuel Swedenborg (1688-1772) philosopher, theologian

I shall pass this way but once; any good that I can do or any kindness I can show to any human being; let me do it now. Let me not defer nor neglect it, for I shall not pass this way again.                                                                                                                                        Etienne de Grellet (1773-1855) Quaker missionary

How lovely to think that no one need wait a moment. We can start now, start slowly, changing the world. How lovely that everyone, great and small, can make a contribution toward introducing justice straightaway. And you can always, always give something, even if it is only kindness!             Anne Frank (1929-1945) diarist

A little kindness from person to person is better than a vast love for all humankind.                                                                         Richard Dehmel (1863-1920)poet

Bolje hereza doktrine nego hereza srca

In Love on July 30, 2012 at 12:48 pm

 

By Rev. Candace Chellew-Hodge

Better heresy of doctrine than Better Heresy of Doctrine Than Heresy of Heartheresy of heart. — John Greenleaf

Whittier Thomas Carlyle said, “A loving heart is the beginning of all knowledge.”

On this point I believe Jesus and Carlyle are in agreement.

Jesus told his disciples that “what comes out of the mouth proceeds from the heart.” If our hearts are not loving, if we are not following the path of love that our hearts desire, then the utterances of our mouth will be nothing but pure evil, pure hate, pure deceit.

When we cultivate a loving heart we find knowledge — not just knowledge of the world but, more importantly, knowledge of ourselves.

I had a revelation of this fact about a year ago as I was lying, quite naked and vulnerable, on a massage therapist’s table. The therapist was massaging an area of my upper chest when she remarked about how tight I was in that region. She then explained to me the concept in Chinese medicine that the body is divided into seven chakras or power points. The point she was massaging is called the Heart Chakra. Since it was tight she said, “That means you’re not following your heart.” I immediately burst into tears. Those simple words, said in passing by my massage therapist, hit home with me. It made me realize that more than anything else I need to honor what’s in my heart.

I cannot live in any way that is contrary to what I know in my heart to be God’s will for my life. John Greenleaf Whittier gives us the title of this sermon. “Better heresy of doctrine than heresy of heart.”

Each of us here tonight knows this saying to be true.

Each of us, because we are sitting in a church as openly GLBT people, alongside our straight allies, knows that we are doctrinal heretics.

But we also know that being doctrinal heretics is better than hiding, denying our true selves, and living a lie that doctrine would have us to live. We’ve heard all the doctrines before. There are doctrines that tell us we are “intrinsically disordered.” There are doctrines that tell us we are “abominations.”

There are doctrines telling us we are unloved by God unless we change our sexuality. All these doctrines are a heresy of our hearts, because, in our hearts we know better. We know the doctrines are wrong. In our hearts, we know there is no disorder in our sexuality. In our hearts, we know we are blessings to God.

In our hearts, we know God loves us no matter what. To choose heresy of doctrine over heresy of heart is what we do when we realize that we are God’s children, beloved and blessed, just as we are as GLBT people ä no matter what the doctrines might say to the contrary.

Just as we have so honestly rejected doctrine in the face of our God-given and God-blessed sexuality, so should we also be honest about other doctrines that do not speak to our heart. Don’t be afraid to examine your faith or your beliefs.

If doctrines do not speak to your heart, do not hesitate to discard them. Doctrines were developed centuries ago to assist people in learning more about God and how to worship God. Just because doctrines are old does not make them true for all eternity

. If doctrines of yesterday cause your heart to stumble today take Whittier’s advice and commit a heresy of doctrine before you commit a heresy of heart. But, maybe that begs the question how do we know what is in our hearts?

How do we cultivate that heart of love that will express itself in the words that we speak? How do we discover what path our hearts should tread?

Buddhist monk, Jack Kornfield, in his book “A Path with Heart” gives us a starting place in answering that question. Above all, he advises, any path we choose should “have heart.” Think deeply about the path your life is on right now. Is it a path that fills your heart with joy and anticipation of each new day?

Or is it a path that fills your heart with dread as each new day begins? If your heart feels heavy as you go through each day ä then the path you’ve chosen isn’t one with heart.

My massage therapist would probably find your heart chakra very tight.

Jesus tells us that where our treasure is, there will our hearts be also. That sounds wonderful, but there’s a warning there, too.

Think carefully.

What do you treasure? Do you treasure your partner, your job, your house, your car ä money? Wherever our treasure is our hearts will be there.

But are we treasuring the right things?

If we treasure relationships over God, or money over God, or any material thing over God, our hearts are treasuring the wrong things.

Jesus tells us in Matthew 22:37 that we must “love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul and with all your mind. This is the greatest and first commandment.” Listen to that verse carefully. We’re told that we must love God not only with our minds and our souls but also with our hearts!

If our treasure is God there will our hearts be also. This is the key to finding that path with heart.

First we must discover what it is our heart treasures.

If our heart treasures anything above God then we are in danger of being on a path without heart. The path worth pursuing is a path with heart. A path with heart has God as its center as its ultimate treasure where our hearts “sanctify Christ as Lord.” Don’t worry that your path may seem very different from someone else’s path. We are not all called to walk the same path.

Even if we all keep God as the center of that path, our paths may look very different, even contradictory to someone else’s path.

That doesn’t matter let no one tell you you’re on the wrong path if you know in your heart that you are where God has led you to be!

No one can map out your path but you and God. If your heart treasures God above all else then your path will be made clear.

So we must then begin a process of letting go.

This is our first step on our spiritual path. We must let go of false treasures. Let go of our heart’s desire for relationships, money, cars, houses and jobs.

I say this is a process ä and often it is a long process a daily process of reorienting ourselves to God.

But we must dedicate ourselves to walking this path with heart.

It’s difficult in our busy lives to even think about beginning a process of letting go. With so many activities filling our daily calendars, how can we even think of letting go of the material stuff that consumes us? How do we find the time in our busyness to stop and consider whether we’re even on the right path to begin with? And do we really want to let go at all?

Isn’t it, after all, the things around us that make us important, that fill us with a sense of self?

Yes, often it is the things around us that make us important, but that’s the point it shouldn’t be like that. What makes us important is our heart and what it treasures.

If it treasures things, our spiritual path is empty, heartless. If it treasures God above everything, then and only then, can our paths full of heart.

I have very recently begun the practice of meditation.

I am still a novice at this practice easily distracted by the daily chores of living but so far it’s been interesting to spend 10 or 20 minutes each morning simply sitting and breathing ä realizing the fullness of life and contemplating my heart and its path. Finding time to be still in our busy lives is important if we are to truly locate that path that our heart longs to be on.

Many may feel that even taking the time to do so is a waste of time time that could be spent doing something more outwardly productive.

Maybe but I’ve found that those outwardly productive things still get done even if I spend time in meditation.

As the old saying goes, rarely do people come to the end of their lives and wish they had spent more time at work. Instead, we tend to ask — Did we live well?

Did we spend enough time with our friends and family?

Did we love well?

Our spiritual practice our goal of finding that path with a heart begins when we stop to take inventory of how precious our lives are, and whether we’re spending our time wisely.

Kornfield recommends a simple meditation for this that I’d like us all to take a minute to do.

If we want to discover how to live well, we must reflect on our lives.

I’d like everyone to close their eyes and just reflect on this moment in their lives and then think back. Cast your memory back across your whole life and bring to mind two good deeds that you have done, two things that you did that were good. They need not be grandiose; let whatever wants to arise show itself. In picturing and remembering these good deeds, also become aware of how these memories affect your consciousness, how they transfo rm the feelings and state of the heart and mind, as you see them.

“In Buddhist practice, one is urged to consider how to live well by reflecting on one’s death.

The traditional meditation for this purpose is to sit quietly and sense the tentativeness of life.

After reading this paragraph, close your eyes and feel the mortality of this human body that you have been given.

Death is certain for all of us — only the time of death is yet to be discovered.

Imagine yourself to be at the end of your life — next week or next year or next decade, some time in the future.

Now cast your memory back across your whole life and bring to mind two good deeds that you have done, two things that you did that were good.

They need not be grandiose; let whatever wants to arise show itself. In picturing and remembering these good deeds, also become aware of how these memories affect your consciousness, how they transform the feelings and state of the heart and mind, as you see them.

” Let’s take some time now to do this meditation. I’ll admit this exercise was rather hard for me when I first read it.

Of course, Whosoever immediately comes to mind.

The magazine, by all accounts, has been a good deed and has helped hundreds of people that I know about and probably thousands that I don’t know about. But, my other good deed that came to mind was very small ä it was the times I have lent money to friends in need without the expectation of ever having it paid back.

In truth, I’ve been paid back many times over by God’s blessings on my life.

The money isn’t important.

What were some of your deeds that arose?

Would anyone like to quickly share just some of their thoughts?

Just tell us a phrase that came to mind like mine would be “loaning money.

” What this meditation shows us, Kornfield says is that, “the things that matter most in our lives are not fantastic or grand.

They are the moments when we touch one another, when we are there in the most attentive or caring way.

These moments of touching and being touched can become a foundation for a path with heart “

When we do these good deeds when we reach out to those around us without thought for our own good, our own comfort these are the moments when we have made God our treasure.

These are the moments in which we have loved God with our hearts, not just our minds and our souls.

These are the moments we should meditate on the moments we should seek to multiply as we continue on our spiritual journey.

You will find this spiritual path difficult because along the way there will be so many people who will try to dissuade you from following this path.

More often than not I’ve found such people to be those of a more right-wing thinking who believe there is only one path that the heart must tread theirs of course.

A path that strictly adheres to doctrines, no matter what the heart may say.

Those on the religious right tell us that by following our hearts we will end up in hell sentenced to eternal damnation.

They’ve made up doctrines saying it’s so! They’ve convinced a good many [too many!] of our GLBT brothers and sisters that it’s true!

They’ve held many of our brothers and sisters hostage with outdated doctrines and dogma.

They’ve made these people so afraid of God’s wrath that they willingly commit heresy of heart to avoid any appearance of heresy of doctrine.

We in the GLBT community are not innocent of these charges either. Even within many GLBT congregations, doctrines can become so strong that people will commit heresy of heart easily before they’ll go against any doctrine the church or congregation teaches.

But, it is our hearts that God desires not our adherence to doctrines!The Psalmist invites God to “search me and know my heart.” God knows our hearts God knows our paths [And, remember, not all of our paths are the same. We must respect each other's path for if it is a path with heart, they all lead to God.]

Since God knows our hearts and our paths then we cannot find a place where God is not.

We can run from the path with heart we can choose a life of trying to hide from God or we can stop now, and listen to what our hearts are telling us.

Our hearts long for God ä for that path where God walks with us.

Let no one tell you that you have no right to walk that path as the person you are.

God knows your heart! God knows your path!

If a doctrine of the church or a doctrine of society stands between you and your heart’s path, remember “better heresy of doctrine than heresy of heart.”

My beloved Lady,until my last breath…

In Love on July 26, 2012 at 6:07 pm

It’s Not Goodbye – Sweet November MV – YouTube

It’s Not Goodbye – Sweet November MV – YouTube

And what if I never kiss your lips again

Or feel the touch of your sweet embrace

How would I ever go on

Without you there’s no place to belong

Well someday love is gonna lead you back to me

But ’til it does I’ll have an empty heart

So I’ll just have to believe

Somewhere out there you thinking of me

Until the day I’ll let you go

Until we say our next hello

It’s not goodbye

‘Til I see you again

I’ll be right here rememberin’

when And if time is on our side

There will be no tears to cry

On down the road

There is one thing I can’t deny

It’s not goodbye

You’d think I’d be strong enough to make it through

And rise above when the rain falls down

But it’s so hard to be strong

When you’ve been missin’

somebody so long

It’s just a matter of time I’m sure

But time takes time and I can’t hold on

So won’t you try as hard as you can

To put my broken heart together again

Until the day I’ll let you go

Until we say our next hello

It’s not goodbye

‘Til I see you again

I’ll be right here rememberin’ when

And if time is on our side

There will be no tears to cry

On down the road

There is one thing I can’t deny

It’s not goodbye

Richard Marx – Right Here Waiting For You – YouTube

Toni Braxton – Un-Break My Heart – YouTube

Toni Braxton – How Could An Angel Break My Heart – YouTube

Adele – Someone like you (OFFICIAL VIDEO LYRICS) HD Live from Brit Awards 2011 – YouTube

My dream of You

In Dream on July 26, 2012 at 5:46 pm

Just Died in your arms Lyrics – YouTube

Eric Clapton – Wonderful Tonight (Full Version 8min) – YouTube

It’s late in the evening;

she’s wondering what clothes to wear.

She puts on her make-up and brushes her long blonde hair.

And then she asks me, “Do I look all right?”

And I say, “Yes, you look wonderful tonight.”

We go to a party and everyone turns to see

This beautiful lady that’s walking around with me.

And then she asks me, “Do you feel all right?”

And I say, “Yes, I feel wonderful tonight.”

I feel wonderful because I see The love light in your eyes.

And the wonder of it all Is that you just don’t realize how much I love you.

It’s time to go home now and I’ve got an aching head,

So I give her the car keys and she helps me to bed.

And then I tell her, as I turn out the light,

I say, “My darling, you were wonderful tonight. Oh my darling, you were wonderful tonight.”

Eric Clapton – Wonderful Tonight (Full Version 8min) – YouTube

Eric Clapton – Tears In Heaven (Official Video) – YouTube

 

“Tears in Heaven” is a ballad written by Eric Clapton and Will Jennings about the pain Clapton felt following the death of his four-year-old son, Conor, who fell from a window of the 53rd-floor New York apartment of his mother’s friend, on March 20, 1991. Clapton, who arrived at the apartment shortly after the accident, was visibly distraught for months afterwards. This song is one of Clapton’s most successful, reaching #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in the U.S. The song also spent three weeks at #1 on the American adult contemporary chart in 1992.

Have you ever really loved a a woman – YouTube

Desert Rose sting (with lyrics) – YouTube

Desert Rose sting (with lyrics) – YouTube

I dream of rain

I dream of gardens in the desert sand

I wake in pain

I dream of love as time runs through my hand

I dream of fire

Those dreams are tied to a horse that will never tire

And in the flames

Her shadows play in the shape of a man’s desire

This desert rose

Each of her veils, a secret promise

This desert flower

No sweet perfume ever tortured me more than this

And as she turns

This way she moves in the logic of all my dreams

This fire burns I realize that nothing’s as it seems

I dream of rain I dream of gardens in the desert sand

I wake in pain I dream of love as time runs through my hand

I dream of rain I lift my gaze to empty skies above I close my eyes

This rare perfume is the sweet intoxication of her love

I dream of rain I dream of gardens in the desert sand

I wake in pain I dream of love as time runs through my hand

Sweet desert rose

Each of her veils, a secret promise

This desert flower No sweet perfume ever tortured me more than this

Sweet desert rose

This memory of Eden haunts us all

This desert flower

This rare perfume, is the sweet intoxication of the fall

Waiting for a Girl Like You

In Dream on July 26, 2012 at 5:31 pm

 

I gotta take a little time

A little time to think things over

I better read between the lines In case I need it when I’m older

Now this mountain I must climb Feels like a world upon my shoulders

And through the clouds I see love shine

It keeps me warm as life grows colder

In my life there’s been heartache and pain

I don’t know if I can face it again

Can’t stop now, I’ve traveled so far

To change this lonely life

. I wanna know what love is

I want you to show me

I wanna feel what love is

I know you can show me

Aaaah woah-oh-ooh

I’m gonna take a little time

A little time to look around me, oooh ooh-ooh ooh-ooh oooh

I’ve got nowhere left to hide

It looks like love has finally found me In my life there’s been heartache and pain

I don’t know if I can face it again I can’t stop now,

I’ve traveled so far

To change this lonely life I wanna know what love is I want you to show me I wanna feel what love is I know you can show me I wanna know what love is I want you to show me And I wanna feel, I want to feel what love is And I know, I know you can show me Let’s talk about love (I wanna know what love is) the love that you feel inside (I want you to show me) I’m feeling so much love (I wanna feel what love is) no, you just cannot hide (I know you can show me) yeah, woah-oh-ooh I wanna know what love is, let’s talk about love (I want you to show me) I wanna feel it too (I wanna feel what love is) I wanna feel it too And I know, and I know, I know you can show me Show me what is real, woah (woah), yeah I know (I wanna know what love is) hey I wanna know what love (I want you to show me), I wanna know, I wanna know, want know (I wanna feel what love is), hey I wanna feel, love I know you can show me, yeah

Foreigner – Waiting for a Girl Like You [Lyrics] – YouTube

Foreigner – I Want To Know What Love Is – YouTube

Freedom to serve,freedom to marry

In Dream on July 18, 2012 at 7:29 pm

 

Freedom to Serve, Freedom to Marry (with more videos) | Freedom to Marry

 

“Dear Milena,

This is our story.

 It’s a story of love, of family – and of fighting for what we believe in.

     My wife Charlie is in the New Hampshire National Guard and has served our country in uniform for the better part of two decades.

 In 2008, she was diagnosed with breast cancer and underwent a double mastectomy and several rounds of chemotherapy to save her life.

 Then, In 2010 – declared cancer free by her oncologist – she was deployed to Kuwait for one year in support of Operation New Dawn.

 She fulfilled her duty with pride and returned home to our then four-year-old daughter, Casey Elena, and me.  

  But last September, we learned the awful truth that her cancer has returned.  It is metastatic and incurable.  In short, we don’t know how long she has.  And unfortunately, if she doesn’t survive her brave battle with cancer, our family will not receive the survivors’ benefits that we have earned – and would receive if the military were permitted to recognize our loving and committed marriage. 

  We hope you’ll watch this video, sign the petition, and join our fight for full equality.  

Sincerely,     Karen Morgan New Hampshire “

Jube moja….

In Dream on July 16, 2012 at 7:16 pm

♥ KAO DA TE NE VOLIM ♥ klapa sv.Juraj HRM – YouTube

Ružo Crvena – Klapa Sv. Juraj HRM – YouTube

 

Videospot za pjesmu Ružo Crvena, Klape Sv. Juraj HRM snimljen na temu tragične ljubavi Miljenka i Dobrile, najpoznatijeg kaštelanskog para. Spot je nastao suradnjom Studija Zoom, Klape Sv. Juraj HRM i Udruge Teatar. Režiju, snimanje i montažu potpisuju Hrvoje Svalina i Patrik Grgurić, dok u spotu glume Nikolina Vuletin i Marin Jelenčić – članovi Kaštelanskog Kazališta. Spot je snimljen na povijesnim lokalitetima dvorca Vitturi u Kaštel Lukšiću,dvorca Kaštilac u Kaštel Gomilici i pored starohrvatske crkvice Svetog Juraja iz Raduna u Kaštel Starom, na temelju istinite priče iz 17. stoljeća o nesretnoj ljubavi kaštelanskih plemića Miljenka i Dobrile. Unutrašnje scene Dobrile su snimane u “Palace Derossi” u Trogiru.

TIHO SVIRAJ PJESMU LJUBAVNU-Klapa sv. Juraj HRM – YouTube

Klapa Sv Juraj HRM – Uvijek ću te voljeti + lyrics – YouTube

Za Tebe jedina moja vilo

In Dream on July 16, 2012 at 6:41 pm

Doris Dragović – Malo mi za sriću triba – YouTube

kadena od vire – klapa iskon – YouTube

Providenca – Tonci Huljic & Madre Badessa Band Feat. Petar Graso – YouTube

Ako se potrefi da projdeš

Mojin dvoron taman tu di triba

Providenca to bi bila

Da mi do’ da mi dojdeš

Da mi do’ da mi dojdeš

Ka likarija

Providenca to bi bila

Da mi do’ da mi dojdeš

Da mi do’ da mi dojdeš

Ka likarija

Ako se potrefi da projdeš

Dok me mladost još u krilu ziba

Ako se potrefi da projdeš

Mojin dvoron taman tu di triba

Providenca to bi bila

Da mi doj’ da mi dojdeš

Da mi doj’ da mi dojdeš

Ka likarija

Providenca, providenca to bi bila

Da mi doj’ da mi dojdeš

Da mi doj’ da mi dojdeš

Ka likarija

Da mi doj’ da mi dojdeš

Da mi doj’ da mi dojdeš

Ka likarij

 

Providenca – Tonci Huljic & Madre Badessa Band Feat. Petar Graso – YouTube

Vilo Moja – YouTube

Bura – Klapa “Sveti Juraj” HRM – TV SPOT (HD) – YouTube

Bura,

svo je grane slomila

i tvoje je tilo obasla

Misto mene tebe jubila

i list je jedan suvi ostavila.

Sjena mi je lice prekrila

i s neba se je misec primaka

Suza ti je ruku smocila sutila si,

sutia san ja.

I teka san,

i bi san promrza,

ta mi bura kosti sledila,

pojubit te nisan moga ja

I teka san,

a bi san promrza,

ta mi bura kosti sledila,

otisla si i nadu ubila

Da si samnon onda ostala

prepliva bi Mrtvo more ja,

ne bi svoju mladost zalija,

na nas dvoje sve bi stavija.

Da si samnon onda ostala

ne bi sada prosjak bia ja,

ne bi s drugon zivot dilija,

mojoj ćeri tvoje ime da

Bura – Klapa “Sveti Juraj” HRM – TV SPOT (HD) – YouTube

Two wolves

In Prayer on July 7, 2012 at 1:03 pm

 

Two Wolves

One evening an old Cherokee told his grandson about a battle that goes on inside people.

He said, “My son, The battle is between two ‘wolves’ inside us all.

One is Evil.

It is anger, envy, jealousy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity, guilt, resentment Inferiority, lies, false pride, superiority and ego.

The other is Good.

It is joy, peace, love, hope, serenity, humility, kindness, benevolence, empathy, generosity, truth, compassion and faith.”

The grandson thought about it for a minute and then asked his grandfather, “Which wolf wins?”

The old Cherokee simply replied, “The one you feed.”

This is a story I have read in one amazing place.

Place where people love each other.

Place where people cherish each others gifts givenn by God.

Place where I feel happy.

There is a beloved child of God called Robin.

That child gave us this story.

Read my friends and be blessed!

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