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I love the little books. they have short but ber inspirational stories

Tammy, Scarlet Dragons, Time to Bloom
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"Any idiot can face a crisis. It's the day-to-day living that wears you out."
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thank you for this because both my Dh and Son are named David..

God Bless you..

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Take time to THINK...It is the source of power.Take Time to READ..It is the fountain of wisdom.
Take time to PRAY..It is the greatest power on earth. Take Time to LOVE and BE LOVED..It is a God-given privilege.
Be FRIENDLY, It is the road to happiness.. take time to LAUGH..it is the music of the soul.
Take time to Give it is too short a day to be selfish.. Take time to DO CHARITY..
it is the key to heaven.
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St. David's Day is celebrated today in Wales.

On this day commemorating the Patron saint of Wales, people sometimes wear daffodils in their lapels. The practice is attributed to Welsh-born British Prime Minister David
Lloyd George who wore one in his lapel in 1911 to mark the investiture of the Prince of Wales.

The Welsh also wear a leek on this day, in honor of St. David's advice that the Welsh soldIers stick a leek on their hats during a battle against the Saxons to distinguish them
from their enemies.
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Little is known about St. David.

He is said to have been a bishop and founder of several monasteries. He died between 544-601 A.D. and was canonized in 1120.

Legend suggests he was either the nephew or the uncle of King Arthur. His birth is said to have been foretold to St. Patrick by an angel; and at David's baptism, a blind man's
sight was restored by the baptismal water.

David is said to have ministered in Ireland. But when his life became threatened, he escaped to Wales on the back of a sea-monster.


Note: the above info is form my little black book of Lenten reflections, 2009 edition



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