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Friday, 19 February 2010

Standing a few minutes from 20th Feb 2010

Today I am grateful for:

The joy of walking without my head phones. Though a tad strange, I managed to get into the groove

The thoughts of a journey to cold climes

R who fills me with love and peace

Reading Psalm 91

The daily meditation in Our Daily Bread which nourishes and invigorates me

Scott's blog which always strengthens me

The lovely piece on Temptation by Awareness and the message it conveyed

Attempting to work and giving up but never totally restraining

The season of Lent which is an awareness into the interior landscape

The joy of sight, sound and smell

Being able to write


  1. Hi there..I'm Regina. This is a nice post here and I like the subject of gratitude.
    This reminded me of Luke, when Jesus spoke(to Simon) of the woman with the perfume,- " he who is forgiven little, loves little.”..also the Beatitudes in Mt. 5: 3, 4 & 6- when an individual comes empty- spiritually, he brings nothing, sorrowful-yet hungering and thirsting for righteousness). So I think gratitude must flow (out of) true forgiveness. My thoughts.
    Regards, Regina

  2. Dear KP:

    Thanks for coming by and leaving a thought. Gratitude must flow anyway with or without forgiveness for in that you glorify God.

    Joy always,