Hubby Dear snapped this picture of a Texas Star Hibiscus with our digital camera. He has an excellent eye for capturing floral images. Don’t you think?
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The word amen is a Hebrew word used frequently in the Old and New Testaments of the Bible. According to Bible Study Tools, the verb form is found more than one hundred times in the Old Testament and nearly seventy times in the Gospels.The Common English translations are “surely”, “truly”, and “so be it.”
People around the world say the world in personal prayer and the liturgy, affirming what is spoken or prayed. I like to think, like Holmes, that Nature also says amen or so be it with every bloom.
The gorgeous yellow roses are a picture of my Valentine’s Day gift from hubby dear. You can read the whole story of the blooms here.
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After so many days in quarantine, we probably all need to follow Rita Moreno’s advice. Find something and be happy. Only, instead of coffee, make mine a cuppa tea.
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Christopher Reeve was the star of the 1978 version of the Superman and subsequent sequels. But he wanted to do more substantive work, which he did as well as direct and write. In 1995 he suffered a spinal injury in an equestrian competition and he and his wife became major advocates for spinal cord injury victims.
The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, now run by their children, is dedicated to curing spinal cord injury by funding innovative research, and improving the quality of life for people living with paralysis through grants, information, and advocacy.
Read more about this amazing real life Superman here. Once you know more about him, you’ll see he never gave up choosing instead to hope.
Hope leads to possibilities. We should always choose hope.
Being a trickster on April Fool’s Day doesn’t always work. Today’s meme explains why.I ran across this quote from Akash B. Chandran and looked him up. He’s a talented IT web designer.
You think maybe he’s had a few April Fools’ Day pranks fail and that’s behind his quote.