Share Your World Aug. 28th 2017

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SHARE YOUR WORLD is a weekly challenge hosted by blogger Cee Neuner. In the challenge Cee asks 4 questions and as we answer them we all share our worlds. Click the link above to see the answers of the world. My answers are below.

What would constitute a “perfect” day for you?

I am not very hard to please. A perfect day is a day that is slow and quiet. It is a day where I can sit back and take some time to watch the world and contemplate its intricacies.

Here are some perfect day pics:

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Complete this sentence: My favorite place in the whole world…..

is being in the center of God’s will.

 

Who was your best friend in elementary school (prior to age 12)?

I didn’t have a lot of friends as a little kid. Most of my attachments were temporary. I guess I would say…Eddie Murdock.

What inspired you this past week?  Feel free to use a quote, a photo, a story, or even a combination. 

After a week surrounded by much distraction and dissension in our little town, I thought about how I had watched my fellow Christians rise to the occasion with prayer and love in the midst of  anger swirling around us. I thought about the grace I had seen from certain leaders in our community including our new pastor. Then this word came to me in prayer.

The power of dissension lies in its focus on self. When we begin to empathize with and focus on others rather than self, dissension dissolves into unity even if disagreement remains.

That inspired me. Thank you Jesus!

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