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I found this amazing and inspiring video from YouTube. I seldom share videos here but this one is so lovely.

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The mountains of Nasugbu.

How could I not love you? You evoke a quiet and peace in my soul.  My heart becomes alive just seeing you at a distance. Will I ever get to explore you in my lifetime?  Will I be able to visit you again in the future?

Sometimes,  I dream of mountains  and remember how I saw  you the very first time.  Truly majestic, truly beautiful.  My eyes couldn’t believe what I saw. You were there just waiting.

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Where does a man find healing amid so many broken places? How does he find love in the ruins and wine-wrapped shattered pieces of his own soul? 

Wrapped in Rain – Charles Martin

 

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There are times when life is a cursor on a blank page, blinking in a rhythm a bit like an electronic heartbeat, tapping out a question in three little words.

What.

Comes.

Next.

Time and space and life wait for an answer. A blank page is an ocean of possibilities.

This is actually a quote from a book  I am reading at the moment by Lisa Wingate. I always look forward to reading her books.  She  is a journalist, an inspirational speaker, and the author of a host of literary works.

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Love is the only force capable of transforming an enemy into a friend.

– Martin Luther King, Jr.

There are so many inspirational  quotes by Martin Luther King, Jr. but I guess this tops it all.  Today is Martin Luther King Day. It commemorates his life and achievements as civil rights leader.

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I find this poem so very inspiring.  sometimes we move so fast,  always  in a hurry   and we forget to appreciate what life is all about.  Great blessings to all.

Slow Me Down, Lord

Slow me down, Lord.

Ease the pounding of my heart by the quieting of my mind.

Steady my hurried pace.

Give me, amidst the day’s confusion

the calmness of the everlasting hills.

Break the tension of my nerves and muscles

with the soothing music of singing streams

that live in my memory.

Help me to know the magical, restoring power of sleep.

Teach me the art

of taking minute vacations….

slowing down to look at a flower,

to chat with a friend,

to read a few lines from a good book.

Remind me

of the fable of the hare and the tortoise;

that the race is not always to the swift;

that there is more to life than measuring its speed.

Let me look up at the branches of the towering oak

and know that … it grew slowly … and well.

Inspire me

to send my own roots down deep…

into the soil of life’s endearing values…

That I may grow toward the stars of my greater destiny.

Slow me down, Lord.

by Wilfred Arlan Peterson

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