Texas Country Reporter featured my daughter Jamaica and her husband Rob who have built their home from the Bastrop TX burned timber off their land.
Annie known as aws720k on Beliefnet passed away last night. Hearts are heavy with the loss of this wonderful lady. Although Annie was not active here on AG and the site she has stayed connected with Beliefnet friends on Facebook. May Annie be at peace in the Light. She will be missed by so many.
The Great Invocation ~ Anonymous
From the point of Light within the Mind of God
Let light stream forth into the minds of men.
Let Light descend on Earth.
From the point of Love within the Heart of God
Let love stream forth into the hearts of men.
May Christ return to Earth.
From the centre where the Will of God is known
Let purpose guide the little wills of men --
The purpose which the Masters know and serve.
From the centre which we call the race of men
Let the Plan of Love and Light work out
And may it seal the door where evil dwells.
Let Light and Love and Power restore the Plan on Earth.
Has your email account to sign in changed? If so you can change you email address once you have signed in. Please follow the instructions:
1) Click on My Profile (located next to "Welcome [your username]") at the upper right hand of any page on Beliefnet. Doing so will get you to your profile.
2) Once at your profile, click on Profile in the blue column on the left side of the page. Doing so will open up a drop-down box with a number of selections.
3) From that drop-down box, click on Account. Doing so may or may not take you to a page where you must log in, even though you are already logged in. If you are taken to that page, please log in with the email address currently associated with your Beliefnet account.
4) Once you have logged in - or if the system skips that step for you - you will be taken to a page entitled Manage Your Beliefnet Account. In the box on that page entitled "Your Email Address," please delete the email address that appears in that box and type in your new email address. (You do not need to change your password.)
5) Once you have entered your new email address, scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on the orange Submit button to complete the process. You will probably be taken to a page or receive a message at the top of the page you're on saying that you've updated your account successfully (or words to that effect).
And you're done. The next time you log in to Beliefnet, log in with that new email address.
I am an Ambassador of peace in the world.
Ambassadors of peace, love, kindness, and patience. Because I know the way I view others affects me in my interactions with them, I focus on the peace and presence of God in each person I meet. My thoughts, words, and actions reflect the love of God within.
In meditation, I center my thoughts on peace. I move consciously toward being a peaceful presence in the world as I fully embrace this divine power.
I may not be in a position of worldly power, but I have the power of love within me. Love is uplifting. Love fosters harmony and peace. I am an ambassador of peace, making a difference in the world through conscious acts of love-kindness.
From: Daily Word
Keep on moving!
Peace Love Stardove
May you find grace in this song.
Peace Love Stardove
A good friend and our Beliefnet sister Cathy aka cdkelley who started a thread about the loss of a child in Grief Support in honor of her son David, passed over last week-end and is finally able to hold her son again. Cathy was playing bingo when she suddenly passed away. Cathy's service is Nov. 9, 2013 in CA.
So in loving memory of cdkelley may she rest in peace in the arms of God and angels above with her son David. May she know and feel the love from many of her friends and family and all her Beliefnet family. She will be missed by all of us yet will always live in our hearts.
Cathy's Facebook page: www.facebook.com/cathy.kelley.3158?fref=...
In celebration of my husband and my 35th anniversary our daughter wrote the following on Facebook. We married two days in a row and double our anniversaries every year.
"The story from one of their kids: I am #3 of 4 kids. My mother and father- a couple of beautiful, peace-loving, weekend-hippies, had been married 10 years in 1977. My older sister was 10 years-old, my older brother was almost 3, and me, I was still baking in my mama's oven. Late one night in November of that year, after a social function, my father fell asleep at the wheel and was instantly killed in a car accident just a mile or so from our home. It was the worst knock on the door my mother could have ever imagined. Young, widowed, and expecting me #3, she knew she had to move forward, in courage and strength for her children. I was born four months later on what would have been their 11th wedding anniversary. I became the last gift my father ever gave her. The night I arrived, many friends gathered around my mom at the hospital...including a new friend of a close friend, all who came to wish her and us children well. Sadly, tragedy occurred again a month later when that close friend also died in a car accident. The new friend was a Vietnam Vet, a songwriting guitar-player, and a hell-raiser, 10-feet tall and bullet-proof. He too had known hard times and understood my mother's pain and grief. From their losses, bonds grew and within months a unexpected love blossomed. Oh sure, there were naysayers...that time hadn't healed her, that things were moving too fast, that these two surely didn't know what they were getting into. However, they found that they needed each other...and that this family could grow to become something new, something that could refill what life had taken away from each of them. For her, a chance to start again...for him, a chance to be a family man...and for both of them, a chance to let go of their pains and choose love rather than fear. I was 8 months old, when they got married- not once, but twice.. Nine months and three weeks following the honeymoon, together they had my little sister, #4. And in short order, we became an unplanned and blended family of 6...the only family I have ever known, with a little sister and daddy that are every bit a part of me. And so 35 years later, on this my folks "69th" anniversary...I wish y'all love and thank you for teaching me to find beauty from the pain, to face my fears, to believe in possibilities and to embrace the magic of unconditional love. We'll wish you a happy 70th anniversary tomorrow. It's a spark, then a flame, that can become a roaring fire and bring great light back into the darkness....you just have to look for the spark and be courageous enough to fan the flame. ♥" by Jamaica
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