Reflections

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    ActiveD5

    The sunshine, my Peggy, my yoga class, my devotional time!

    1 month ago
  2. Linda

    My many loving friendships.

    1 month ago
  3. Robin Ann

    Living near the Ocean. Also I would say living near rivers and Lakes too. When I lived in Northern KY/Ohio area there were only water parks and of course the Ohio River but it wasn’t the same. Many man made ponds also.

    1 month ago
  4. Nannette

    The simple act of waking up to a new day…and a new experience- however ordinary—-that becomes extraordinary.

    1 month ago
  5. S
    Samantha Messersmith

    Snuggles from my cats. It makes me feel so safe, cozy, and loved.

    1 month ago
  6. Antoinette

    My dog 🐶

    1 month ago
  7. pkr

    Water.

    1 month ago
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    Jennifer Burns

    Everyday I get to wake up and see the beautiful nature behind my house. Then I get to see the sun start to rise as a I walk. When I come home I start to get ready then I get to help my 13 year son do his hair. They are the ordinary things that mean so much. the ability to still get to have connection and another sunrise I get to see.

    1 month ago
  9. Charlie T

    As I go down the list of “ordinary” things
    in my life, it is obvious (to me) that none
    of these things are ordinary. It is through
    a series of fortuitous events, that I am
    here at all. The air I breath, the water I
    drink, the food I eat, the safety I experience,
    the transportation I use, the people I am
    connected to, this little house I call home,
    and on and on and on…
    I don’t take any of this for granted. None
    of this is ordinary.

    1 month ago
  10. Yram

    Water especially warm to hot.

    1 month ago
  11. Carol

    Nature is so ordinary that it is extraordinary especially as it copes to survive our misuse of it. It gifts/enhances our lives daily while we pollute the air, the water, and the soil, Please take time to read Richard Rohr’s meditation for today. https://cac.org/daily-meditations/a-pattern-of-reciprocity/

    1 month ago
  12. Michele

    I have to say food – I’m forever grateful that I have it when many countries are struggling right now feeding their people. (Sudan/Ukraine/Gaza etc).

    1 month ago
  13. Ngoc Nguyen

    A cup of hot coffee every morning to start a new day is a gift from God.

    1 month ago
  14. sunnypatti

    running water

    1 month ago
  15. Mary Mantei

    Movement outdoors in the fresh air.

    1 month ago
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