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I’ve learned to trust and have faith in god more… my kids… my mother… my soon to be husband… and my blessing my mother in law
My eyes. Number one. Because then i cannot live properly nor appreciate the blessings of life. There is no life without them.
There is no richness greater than this. I challenge someone to think of something better than this. Really, it doesn’t exist.
The life, love and salvation I, who sins have made me chronically unworthy of them, nonetheless receive as a gift from the God the Father, His Son Jesus the Christ, and the Holy Spirit that proceeds from Them. I have become exceedingly convinced in recent years that by God’s mercy alone, I would have to go exceedingly far out of my way – into the most willful and final forms of blasphemy, in fact – to lose those.
My positive outlook, my memories and my beliefs.
Everything can be lost. That impermanence is what makes this all so exquisite.
That which we do for others
None of us can lose our inner divinity or our inherent worth.
But we can misplace it once in while. . .
Just because we may fail to see our inherent worth or divinity, doesn’t mean we don’t have it. 🙂
Maybe the ones I have lost (people, places, eras), but found again in fabulous memories. A bit like the coffee I was drinking this morning. As I neared the last few sips, I wished there was more, yet was so grateful for how wonderful it had been. Wanting more tells how divine something/one/place has been.
That’s a beautiful thought. I’ve been missing my friend Liz, and I find your words very comforting.
The loss is the depth of the love and gratitude. The memories are an absolute gift.
Maybe those blessings that I pass on, pay forward or continue the ripples of blessing as I learn TO bless. I don’t do enough of this now and have the intent to do better in the future.
Family are what make my life rich; also nature; experiences I have had and lessons I have learnt, but the thing I feel I would least like to lose are my values which, I hope, make me a decent, kind person who can give back to life and those around me.
Friends and family–they will forever be in my heart, regardless if they are here physically or not. I have been incredibly fortunate in having so many dear people in my life. I do not take it for granted.
The Riches in my Life that cannot be Lost are the experiences, joys, sorrows, adventures and education that I have had so far in my life. Also the travels I have been on. These are all the riches in my life that cannot be lost as they are all a part of my life long story.
That which is eternal within me.
Lessons learnt from mistakes I made, from life itself, inspiring teachers, parents, friends, the not so friends, nature……….
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