In Love on November 26, 2012 at 2:47 pm
That is my little town in this wonderful game.Here I can be child again.I am inviting all my friends to come and play with me.It is fun.It is relaxation.It is funny.
God bless You all,
with love,your friend,milena
In Music, Poetry on August 28, 2012 at 1:08 am
we wander together within dreams
racing to the stars
we meet under the moon
we’ll be there soon
a moss covered hill awaits
we’ll walk through a garden gate
sun will be shining
or a soft gentle rain will come
doesn’t matter together we’ll be
for here is our trip that we hold
together our dream we wished
upon the wind we told
we’ll carve our names in the harden stone
sealing our friendship to never again be alone
we’ll laugh and cry
but we shall not say goodbye
for as we sit in the shade of the tree
we will always just be
where ever you wander my friend
I am waiting in Scotland by the sea
patiently under the rowan tree
I am holding you in my heart and thoughts
for true friendships cannot never be forgot
In Love on August 17, 2012 at 11:52 am
I need to reblog this poem.I want to do it like an expresion of Love towards my Lord Jesus.When Wendell write poems my soul is so alive that I want to give my gratitude for His life and for His ability for write so eloquently.
In Love on August 17, 2012 at 10:53 am
Rest Your spirit by this amazing sensibile poem written by one amazing poetess.
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 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.
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