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  1. Robin Ann

    Wildlife brings me a sense of wonder this season. Our new home’s backyard is full of many sightings of deer. Yesterday I saw a fawn and her Mother. The fawn could not have been very old. It was so cute!

    9 months ago
  2. Don Jones

    Just how little I really know.

    9 months ago
  3. B

    How fueling your body with a balanced diet and getting exercise can truly make you feel stronger and more powerful. And the more I fuel my body this way, the more a crave healthy living and balanced meals and no longer desire processed foods and desserts nearly as much.

    9 months ago
    1. Dolores Kazanjian

      Absolutely agree. As an 89-year-old who is still functioning reasonably well and living independently with all my marbles (praise the Lord), I encourage you on this journey. It’s what got me here so far.
      This morning’s breakfast was a smoothie with protein powder, a date, graham cracker with no-added-sugar peanut butter and fruit preserve, a handful of pistachios and coffee, of course. IMO, no junk food in the world compares with how it tastes or how it goes down and makes the body feel.

      9 months ago
  4. pkr

    These beautiful summer days fill me with wonder. The wispy clouds, blue skies, birds singing, flowers in the garden blooming, dogs barking, kids at the playground laughing. All the sounds, sweet smells, & sights of these long summer days fill me with wonder & gratitude. I can feel the Divine close by.

    9 months ago
  5. null

    The synchronicities that pop up in life, they feel as though life/gaia/source is purposefully communicating.

    9 months ago
    1. Christine

      I agree, Null 🌷

      9 months ago
  6. Jim

    How flowers grow so beautiful from tiny seeds. The flight of the hummingbird hovering over the flowers. The goodness of friends, neighbors and family. The world and its complexity created by God. The time for learning in my elder years.

    9 months ago
  7. Charlie T

    My attempt to seek change and gain
    understanding has been quite a journey,
    and it fills me with wonder and a thirst
    for more.

    9 months ago
  8. Yram

    I usually comment before I read everyone’s comments. I am so anxious to read the responses. I am curious as to what I will respond to with yes, and oh how great and that is awesome!
    My wonder is timing. A quote, a book, a conversation, an event and a nature beauty seems to happen right at the time I’m in need of direction.

    9 months ago
  9. Barb C

    The natural world in particular. So many shades of green, so many leaf shapes, the infinite variety of water lapping at the shore. It has been all around me my whole life and I have appreciated the beauty but I tune in more now and notice more.

    9 months ago
  10. O.Christina

    Every new day full of surprises and wonder! Have a beautiful day, you all!

    9 months ago
  11. Chester

    The power and importance of individual initiative and perseverance to lead groups of people, and the power of groups of individuals to get important work done, all starting with an individual concept – from building programs to buildings.

    9 months ago
  12. Carol

    My son’s love, care,concern and wisdom. In 2019, I moved many miles to live close to him and what a blessing it has been.

    9 months ago
  13. Josie

    The Divine’s surprises in my daily life.

    9 months ago
  14. Laura

    What fills me with a sense of wonder are the many intricacies of life, such as my own body or the web of fungi in the soil that enables plants and trees to communicate with one another. Amazing and awe inspiring. I don’t understand how others cannot share the feeling.

    9 months ago
    1. Rabbit

      I do. Loved the book The Overstory that talked about how the trees talked to each other. 🌲🌳

      9 months ago
      1. Laura

        I also read that book, Rabbit. It was excellent.

        9 months ago
  15. Pilgrim

    In my 70s, I find myself enjoying “the littles.” Out my sliding glass doors, I am enamored with watching the various birds in the trees and scampering over the ground to look for whatever nugget is available. I love the birdsong, as well, though I do not always identify the voice. On the ground and also in the trees, it is fun to watch squirrels and chipmunks, and the occasional rabbit. feasting on the large leaf plants back there. At the beach, it is the pure joy of the children at play that makes me smile. These bring back so many memories of my own life story. Grateful!

    9 months ago
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