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MenoSundays; Life Lived Lovingly

It has been oft-quoted, but bears endless repeating, for we must not simply say the words, or just accept the intellectual truth within them. We must act upon them and give proof to the wisdom contained there.


  1. That is so true. Lovel the image! Great one to show the birth of a butterfly.

  2. It's F's personal mantra, but she wonders if not enough people share the desire to make personal contributions (which can mean sacrifices) to that change, is it not simply whistling in a storm? Maybe sometimes you also have to talk the change, promote it, be more Greta about it. xxx Mr T

    1. Hari OM
      One can certainly shout it from the rooftops - but, like Greta - one must also lead by example... and BE that change... it's actually really hard... the reminder must always be for oneself first. Self-improvement is never-ending! Yxx

  3. now i have to go look up greta... google search here i come... that word sacrifce is a hard one to follow

  4. We can never have too many reminders of positivity!
    Hugs Cecilia

  5. An image that tells a story! I love monarch butterflies - they have an incredible life cycle and story too. Their migration can involve two or three generations (broods) - I would love to see on of the mass gatherings of their flight.

  6. Lovely thought and image. namaste, janice xx


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