25 thoughts on “Not Because

  1. That’s what I’ve been doing for some time now. There comes a time when I want to disconnect, unplug from the powerlines that feed me and keep me on my toes. I guess it’s ok to just be. Not feeding nor giving but being fed and receiving with appreciation and deep gratitude! I truly appreciate you and you do have a lot to offer… I know I seek you out here and am never disappointed. Happy to be back on WP after a break.

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  2. When I was a child growing up in rural Pennsylvania, my mother would send my siblings and myself to the local Old Mennonite Church Summer Bible School program via their timeworn school bus. We were Roman Catholic, so this was a very strange though interesting experience and not an entirely blessed adventure by my Father (very Catholic). We learned more about the Old Testament there than we had ever heard and soon committed to memory many verses. The art is lovely, but it is your wise words that brought a specific one to mind which I am still able to quote from beginning to end…but will narrow it down. Ecclesiastes Chapter 3, Verse 1 : To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under Heaven. Verse 7 : A time to rend, and a time to mend; a time to keep silence, and a time to speak. So, you see, to me your inspiration was a bit of the divine! Thank-you!

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