Oh My Earth.


You are awesome

In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.
Genesis 1:1 ESV

The earth, the planet earth is full of stories and mysteries yet to be told. Once upon a time was empty and lonely, came to be a place of love and life, now needs a desperate hand to be rescued, it needs a cure of heaven.
We polluted with our machines and ideas, we looted with our hands. The earth gave us as a gift, pure and naive. We cut its trees, We picked its fruits , We worked on the farm, We climbed its mountains, We swam in its seas. We breathed its air. We walked in its jungles, We loved its sun and rain. We ate its animals and vegetables- YET  We didn’t respect it all gift, We didn’t respect who made all this! We neglected the gift of the earth! For some, this…

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Drink from the Living Water


You are awesome

Dear friend, I am so happy you are here with another post. I hope you haven’t missed me after a week or two not posting. But I am here by the grace of God to encourage our hearts once again to look forward.

It has been a crazy week! My time stole me from the moment of blogging and talking to my great friend here! But in fall and rise, my heart was here to find a little time to speak and release some of my insufficient stamina. I learnt that I am not a roman soldier to obey injustice, to put the rules above my everything! When I go further to explore my life of mine – I look and copy from butterfly, seat and fly and disappears! Like a flower here today and gone by tomorrow!
God is in the moment! God is in our doubt! God…

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The New York city lights


The New York city lights.

A Chapter by Coyote Poetry


A new chapter. Please enjoy


I left Iraq in the Winter of 1992. I was sent to Fort Dix, New Jersey.  I took a leave after I arrived in the USA and I drove my truck to the base from Virginia.  I was given a job in supply. I was a numbers man and the Army used my time wisely. I re-enlisted for the war  to escape the suicide of two brothers. I believed I was seeking a good death. War taught me that life was okay. You can’t fix every problem or situation. Just listen and be kind. I had a lot of time to travel. I was waiting for orders and the military wasn’t  very quick.  My boss was a twenty five year Veteran. The Sergeant First class  released me early every Friday. I would drive down highway…

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Tujhme Rab Dikhta Hain

Inhale Peace; Exhale Love. Joy will Follow! - RUELHA

The original song starring Shah Rukh Khan and Anushka Sharma. There’s no way I’m revealing this movie’s plot. It’s just too funny!

I See God In You – poem by Ruelha

You are my heaven; you are my earth. Without you, my life feels like dirt. With you in life, it's heaven on earth. I want you again in my next rebirth! You are my obsession, And also my petition. My only prayer intention... whenever to God I sit to mention. You're the tranquility in my soul. What makes me complete and whole. I see God in you. This is absolutely true. God is love and I love you. At least, once in life, I've felt that too. What shall I do? I can't stop seeing God in you. And so I bow my head timidly. Because in you I see love vividly. You are my heartbeat. The only one…

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“Off-Track”: A Lunatika — Faith, Life & Compassion

Today, I was reading about the Lunatika. Created by a fellow-member of Fanstory, it’s a combination of a Lune, Haiku and Tanka. The syllable count is 3-5-3-5-5 (21 syllables altogether). Off-Track Got lost once, Walking with my cane: Ended up In someone’s garden – Man in dressing-gown!

“Off-Track”: A Lunatika — Faith, Life & Compassion

Handknit cardigan and thrifted skirt

it’s OKAY to wear some things BACKWARDS….Who Knew-? 😀 Beautiful sweat knit and plaid skirt!

fashion with compassion

If you know me, you know I love thrift shops, I’d say half my wardrobe is thrifted or secondhand. I was happy to find this pink and gray plaid skirt for $5.00. It’s an unusual asymmetrical kilt-style wrap skirt with a faux fur pom pom.

I bought this pink cardigan in 1988 (over 30 years old) it has dainty ribbon rosebuds sewn on. Yes, it’s a cardigan but I’m wearing it backwards, something I learned from my mom.

Hair: CK Hair Studio, Kincardine
Cardigan: Adrienne Vittadini
Skirt: thrift shop
Tights: Roots
Shoes: non leather – Maggie’s clothing exchange

Adrienne Vittadini(born October 9, 1943, in Győr, Hungary) is an American fashion designer.

When she was 13, her family fledGyőrduring the1956 Hungarian revolution. In 1979, she started what would become a multimillion-dollar fashion business as a hobby.” ~Wikipedia

“In 1979, Adrienne Vittadini

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“There is Just One Moon and One Golden Sun” — Atomic Redhead

Like so many years before, spring Dapper Day fell on my birthday weekend, but it meant I got to see a lot of my friends, some of whom even through me surprise party in their hotel room! 343 more words

“There is Just One Moon and One Golden Sun” — Atomic Redhead