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  • v MOTHER-NATURE
    emoticon Good to see you my friend, I have missed you.

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    Niki
    994 days ago
  • v TRAILWALKERJO54
    hi --too funny about growing up to be a tomboy..
    think she is a girlie girl though -- she loves playing with dolly and tea sets and everything is baby .. so maybe ---lol..
    1063 days ago
  • v JACKINAN
    Thanks, I was lurking and you caught me! I have missed everyone.
    ~Jackie
    1064 days ago
  • v GMINYARD
    I saw your comment on the '25 Ways to Get Back on Track' article. Good luck with your journey.
    1075 days ago
  • v VALERIEMAHA
    In moments of surprise we catch at least a glimpse of the joy to which gratefulness opens the door.
    -- David Steindl-Rast, Gratefulness, the Heart of Prayer

    Because of your wonderful Brother David quote on the gratitude thread, I thought you might enjoy this, which I posted yesterday on the "other" gratitude thread (The Thanksgiving Community):

    The quote is from the fabulous book _Gratefulness, the Heart of Prayer_ , my introduction to the great being that is Brother David in the early 80s. My teacher, Swami Satchidananda, and Brother David were friends, which gave me more awareness of him.

    Here's what Brother David said about his own book in 2002:

    "It makes me happy that, after almost two decades, this book still finds a steady stream of new readers. Now and then, I hear people who made Gratefulness their daily reading in a time of crisis, in sickness, or on their deathbed. This fills me with awe. So does that fact that groups who read and discuss books together have found this one helpful. What do I myself like about it? That it treats the main aspects of gratefulness in a systematic way, without – I hope – being dry. And I specially like the list of key words arranged from A to Z (yes, I even have one for 'X')."

    Blessed be,
    xox
    Maha
    1120 days ago
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