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Much to be thankful for.

Sunday, September 24, 2017

It was warm and sunny today which gave me the opportunity to enjoy my back yard, patio and garage. I spent time meditating & prayer on good things, people, and music. A little sun bathing, and walking barefoot around the place. Finally, I got some guitar practice. Took it up 4-5 years ago but very inconsistent. Today was my 17th straight day of practice. So proud of myself as it makes me happy. I'm beginning to realize that it helps me relax and accomplish my Spark goals. I love SP! Here we are ALL united in helping each other become healthier, happier and wiser in our struggles of life. SP cares not who you are, where you are, politics or the weight of your shade of skin. We're all family and with that I wish you ALL the best!
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    Thank you for reading and commenting on my blog. Now that you have got my attention I want to return the favor, You are so right that we have much to be thankful for!
    I thank God that in America, it is possible to share our ideas without being jailed for them. You said that showing respect for contrary ideas is Christain but contrary to political practice. So much of that is true today. Wouldn't America be a better place if politicians could ignore disrespectful statements and search for what ever truth there is in opposing views, and affirming that which can be agree with, with out chastising their opponents for their errors and ignoring the positives.

    Don't you agree that there is much truth in my blog December 4th blog (Self-esteem and a peaceful, caring, benevolent world
    1332 days ago
    I agree with you 100%! How wonderful that you have something that brings you peace and help you relax. I've noticed that playing the guitar does the same thing for my husband. Take care. emoticon
    1403 days ago
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