Wish you feel the joy, He has come! To all my online friends at WordPress, MERRY CHRISTMAS.
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Just a quick post before I say “hello” properly. It’s been a long week and I miss you all. Enjoy the sunrise or the sunset wherever you may be. May this inspire you though. Think of a peaceful and lovely Wednesday morning. Think of the beauty of nature. Think of all the possibilities ahead of you.
Posted in blessings, Close to Nature, Closer to God, journeys, life, photography, silence speaks, tagged blessings, Close to Nature, Closer to God, nature, photography, rainbows, silence speaks on October 13, 2015 | 18 Comments »
This is Roxas Blvd. after the rain this morning. A moment caught on cam. And you’ll wonder what was that lone runner thinking while traversing the long highway? Where are those ships going to?
Silence is the language of the morning. And that beautiful drawing up in the sky, it’s nature at its best.
Posted in Close to Nature, Closer to God, gardening, life, nature, photography, tagged Close to Nature, Closer to God, life, nature, photography, silence speaks, Taro leaf on October 5, 2015 | 8 Comments »
Posted in Closer to God, Faith, His Holiness Pope Francis, inspirational, quotes, Spirituality, tagged blessings, Closer to God, Faith, grateful heart, inspirational, inspiring words, Pope Francis, Pope Francis'quotes, quotes on September 25, 2015 | 7 Comments »
I have followed Pope Francis’ trip to the United States via Vatican Radio and CNA (Catholic News Agency). I am grateful for his inspiring words. Yes, I am grateful too for the many blessings. Here’s a partial text of Pope Francis’s address during Vespers at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City, a beautiful message that truly inspires and touches the heart:
Joy springs from a grateful heart. Truly, we have received much, so many graces, so many blessings, and we rejoice in this. It will do us good to think back on our lives with the grace of remembrance.
Remembrance of when we were first called, remembrance of the road travelled, remembrance of graces received… and, above all, remembrance of our encounter with Jesus Christ so often along the way.
Remembrance of the amazement which our encounter with Jesus Christ awakens in our hearts. To seek the grace of remembrance so as to grow in the spirit of gratitude. Perhaps we need to ask ourselves: are we good at counting our blessings?