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...let's take it to the streets



‎"How can I explain This? 

It might be easier if we
leave the castle
climb the walls
enter the city
and let Our Love be made in All of God's streets."

Em Claire

3 comments:

Julie (Tibetan Name Tenzin Dasal) said...

Hi,
Wow thank you for such an amazing piece of work. It makes a lovely change to read something that is inspirational. I was looking through to find people with similar interests and I came upon your work. I have an interest in Human Rights and I am very proactive in this area especially in the Tibetan cause. I would very much like to follow your blog and would apreciate if you could check out mine even though it is a little different from your own,

Thanks Tenzin Dasal

Dena said...

Hi Julie,

I won your giveaway last year and I love her. She remains above my bed and I have had the best spiritually growing year of my life so far.

Thank You.

Dena

#324 OWOH

Kristie said...

The book I reached for is "Wise Women" by Joyce Tennyson, a collection of portraits and thoughts of women over 65. On page 56 is a photo of Ruth Turner, who just got married again; her thoughts are on the facing page. The fifth sentence is "We have a wonderful life together, but we kept our separate apartments." The more I think about it, the more sense it makes, especially in the context of my life. I think that the key to the greatest happiness that can be found in my marred marriage is to figuratively "keep my own apartment", "apart" being the operative word ... I must keep my own apartness, so to speak. My mind knows this, but my heart is a slow learner and needs frequent reminders.

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