Source: Mars Needs Guitars
WE DESIRE WONDERFUL THINGS!
When giving an apology, it may be best not to give an explanation of the wrong deed. It destroys the sincerity of the apology. Sometimes saying that you are sorry does not seem to make any difference to the offended, especially in the heat of the moment. However, if the saying holds true that time heals all wounds, the wounds heal faster when the offender has sincerely apologized. Certainly, apologies will not fix everything which is why opinions are divided about the use of apologies. Some people believe that apologizing is a sign of weakness while others feel that it is the magical cobbler’s tool for mending all torn shoes in the walk of life. Probably what is more accurate lies between these two extremes. It is good to remember that apology and forgiveness do not necessarily go hand –in-hand.
In romantic relationships, apologizing may be easier because it can be paired…
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KINDNESSES—ARE THE NECTAR BY WHICH PEOPLES’ GODLINESS ARE PRESERVE!
We are one for once, so completely
The storms have broken down our walls
We give our love so sweetly
The rains have washed away our flaws
We reunite to restore our abode with pleasure
Convene to rebuild our acres beyond measure
I can’t believe this unspoken magic
Passion rekindled when days are tragic
Why it takes a gust for you to hear me
How I needed a tempest to let you be
Where your kindness was hidden before the gale
How I became human when you started to wail
We do not need more of this strong breeze
But hope the ardor will not be brought to freeze
When the typhoon is gone and the puff is done
Will our differences play us once more like pawn
These Yom Kippur days,
God says He will heal your says…
For Jewish New Year
Cast aside fear
Submitting to God in praise!
Purify your hearts,
For Spirit God imparts…
Walk in His ways
All your days,
“:Kissing the Son” is smart!
Submit yourselves to Him,
Every thought and whim…
Bound in our Father’s love
He sent a Spirit dove
to rest on the One, to fulfill all things!
Apparently not all the same,
Galumpkis worthy of the name…
May be layered
with exquisite care,
Let’s trust it tastes “the same”!
Parboiled cabbage leaves
Surround meat and rice dutifully…
With rice complete
Adding spices beautifully!
some add tomato sauce,
Not as thick as spaghetti, of course…
are never useless
Over mashed potato–starch source!
Reminds me of a youthful story,
cousin Suzie and I in our glory..
finished off a whole bowl
Of galumpki and potato,
Hungry teens–that’s my story!
first card for my birthday,
From our church family…
So nice someone remembers
Even if it’s only me!
D.O.B.= October 4th, 1957