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Today...

Today I am grateful for the love of a child.

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Monica Clarke's picture

Gratitude

Dear Michelle

The prayer of gratitude is the best prayer one can give, I believe, for without it as foundation the building, any building, cannot be constructed. Gratitude is the base which is needed to support everything else. You know how to pray, Michelle. You don't need to be on your knees or close your eyes to do it. Your gratitude shines through in your smile and your wonderment in the beauty and purity of our children . You are here on the earth to keep the waters clean for all those little ones who are trying to swim their lives in sometimes very murky waters. You have an electric attraction which will continue to draw those who need you to you via that beautiful, beautiful smile of yours.

As youhave already experienced, there are many children out there, Michelle, who are waiting for you to keep their spirits lifted - or for you to lift their spirits for them, those whom you come into direct contact with and also those who are brought into your sphere by thought and life's circumstances. I pray that you will continue to find novel ways to keep your spark alive, so that your magnetic enthusiam will draw those who need you, to you.

Of course I would love to be your friend!

With lots of loving for this week and especially for today (Monday) from Monica in France

Monica Clarke, Writer & Storyteller, bringing human rights alive.
I wish you 'Nangamso', that is: May you continue to do the good work which you do so well.
(A blessing from my ancestors, the Khoikhoi, the first people of South Africa).

Angela Kintu's picture

Me too!

My 5 year old son just makes every single thing okay... :)

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