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  1. Z

    This might seem silly. But this summer my eldest daughter took her two sisters on some rides at the fair and took a picture of the three of them together. The amount of time they scream I hate you is often all I hear. A memory of them actually enjoying each other’s company is indeed something I will treasure.

    1 year ago
  2. B
    Brown Rose

    I guess the most recent one was when my entrance door jammed shut and I couldn’t get in the house. Luckily I had left the upstairs bedroom window open, a neighbor, I had never formally met, helped me with my ladder and I was small and limber enough to squeeze into the opening and slide down to safety. That same neighbor returned to help unjam the aforementioned door.

    1 year ago
  3. G

    Watching a little boy see his dad, who had been deployed, for the first time in over a year. The way they hugged reminded me about how lucky I am to have a father that is always around and here for me.

    1 year ago
  4. Melissa

    After a long childbirth in the wee hours my newborn son was put in my arms. I felt totally connected to all people on Earth in that moment. I was so filled with love for my baby and all humanity. I will never forget that moment of deep loving connection to all.

    1 year ago
  5. Virgil Lee

    A memory from the 25th of October 2021. I was on the verge of a mental breakdown but my friends were there for me. Wrenn insisted on buying me water, Izzy gave me 2 hugs (which I really needed), and Ollie gave me advice about breaking down the thing I was stressing over. I don’t know what I’d do without them. We all need friends like that.

    1 year ago
  6. Don Jones

    I was on a 5-day retreat. The focus was learning an advanced practice. The retreat was on an old converted dairy farm in a remote Victorian rural area in south-west Australia. It was fairly demanding – up at 3:30 am and to bed at 11:00 pm each day. Talking was kept to a minimum. You only spoke if it was necessary. It was cold – the middle of winter. I slept in a room with 6 others. There was no contact with the outside world – no phones, no internet, no watches, nothing. I vividly recall on about the third day on a cold, windy and wet afternoon, standing out in a field alone. A few cows wandered by, minding their own business. A few birds were busy in the trees. But my gaze was on a tiny little flower near my feet. I was in awe. A question arose – “what do you have to show me?” I will never forget what followed.

    1 year ago
  7. d

    I barely dared to ask and only if it was what God wanted for me, where there could be a hundred suitable options, the universe delivered just the one optimal guy, and I knew. I will never forget that awareness. Blessed and grateful.

    1 year ago
  8. L

    The day I met my partner for the first time – I felt so happy and full of hope for the future.

    1 year ago
  9. Cathie

    It is the memory of my son, somewhere just short of 2 years old, gazing off in the distance with a sad look. I asked what was wrong and he said, “I am forgetting what God looks like.”

    1 year ago
    1. Cammy Montoya


      1 year ago
  10. Cammy Montoya

    Hugging my grandmother for a photo in front of her honey suckle. Both of us smiling. I remember that day fondly. This was about four months before she passed away. I have the photo in my living room.

    1 year ago
  11. pkr

    6 months ago, being with my beloved brother, Kerry as he took his last breath. After 10 months of fighting honorably, courageously & with dignity he fought no more. I held his hand, told him how much I/we loved him, told him We would all be ok & it was ok to stop fighting. God, the Holy Spirit was in his room. I miss laughing, “yukking it up” with him. RIP dear brother……🙏

    1 year ago
    1. Cammy Montoya

      True courage from you and your brother. So sorry for your loss.

      1 year ago
    2. Linda

      I am so sorry about your loss.

      1 year ago
  12. M

    The way my golden retriever would flop in warm grass for a belly rub, hobby-horse around the lawn with a favorite toy or stick in her mouth, and look for “lovies” (my wife’s word) from every person she saw.

    1 year ago
  13. Mica

    Being with my mother the day before she died. My daughter and her husband took me there, and I am forever grateful to them for that. What a gift! It permanently changed how I see my mother.

    1 year ago
  14. d

    The memory i have of last summer. Going to an outdoor concert and the great dj that was there spinning a mix of oldies and current jams.

    1 year ago
  15. sparrow

    …a moment of pure tenderness,
    my heart wide open to the Universe,
    to what is the heart of God…

    1 year ago
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