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The Servant Life SPIRITUAL DEVOTIONAL - September 21, 2015 ... not read yet. When my mother gave me something inedible for dinner, and my father told her not to make anything else for me, I ate no dinner. Very soon, even at age five, I figured that I had better find food on my own during the day, or I would not eat. And so, as so often happens in dysfunctional families, the child became the adult. My family was perfectly well-off and well-known in the community. Sometimes, I think, 'Why did I not tell anyone what was going on in my house?' But, I came ...http://spiritualdevotional.blogspot.com/2015/09/the-servant-life.html
God's Protection TIME FOR REFLECTIONS - August 26, 2015 I saw an interesting nature programme on TV the other day. A wolf cub had been injured in the wild and abandoned by its mother. He was all alone, frightened, hungry and defenseless. Left there he would soon perish. The TV crew and resident vet tried to capture him and send him to an animal hospital where he could be treated and looked after until he is strong enough to be released in the wild once again. Every time they approached the wolf cub he bared ...http://timeforreflections.blogspot.com/2015/08/gods-protection_25.html
This Is Cute ... ABBEY ROADS - August 4, 2015 Reminds me of my childhood. A friend liked the following anecdote from my childhood I shared the other day: I was a cub scout once, but I quit after my dad stole all the money I earned selling popcorn balls... That's why gifs like this one are funny. My parents were funny too. Although my brother and I didn't get along. h/t Jeronhttp://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2015/08/this-is-cute.html
Death in the Family: A Tribute to the Cardinal McCarrick High School Family 1 FRANCISCAN WAY - July 21, 2015 ... old time photos are put in a box or an album that we rarely open, and now phones (which I do not have or need) have these collections but only small digital captures of time. I remember our German Reverend Mother, while visiting the U.S. years ago, took time and slowly looked at everything. She was taking pictures with her mind. I have learned since that she takes pictures (as I do) but that action of hers back then really impressed me. Let not time pass us ...http://1franciscanway.blogspot.com/2015/07/death-in-family-tribute-to-cardinal.html