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Unread 11-30-2012, 05:55 PM   #1
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Unread 12-01-2012, 07:22 AM   #2
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I sent this to Barbo and she commented that

"Sure excludes a lot of other religions!"

She's right, it does but I still love the music.

Don't kill the messenger.
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So the song is focused upon a feature word "My" when singing of my savior.
Other faiths have their focus. Ours has this, and He is the reason I still type and am not bones in a small place.

Thus, Alffe, thank you for bringing this among others..... to me!
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I promise.... I did not reverse engineer it! I just played it today!
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As did I Mark...Barbo, come over and listen to it on my computer. *grin

And I thought the comments under the video were interesting!!

(the messenger lives!)
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Every religion has its miracles. For Christians, the miracle of Christ's life, death, and resurrection; for Jews, the escape from Egypt and manna in the wilderness; for Muslims, the ascension of Mohammed from Jerusalem to Heaven.

And we have our own miracles of love - of family stories of reconciliations, of recoveries that defy medical explanation but are laid to someone's faith. Perhaps in our faith communities we see other miracles of love - the dispossessed made to feel at home, the hungry fed, bonds of understanding and mutual joy forming across cultural and racial differences. And in our society at large we see, again and again, the outpouring of food and clothing and shelter to unknown victims of disaster.

Of course there are glitches - in personal relationships as in international efforts. Others are not always sensitive to our needs - nor are we to theirs. Given that each of us inhabits a unique and private world, maybe it's a miracle that we get along as well as we do. So at this season of celebration and longing, let's raise a glass or an inner hurrah, even in our sadness, for the gifts of love wherever we find them - in strangers, in our loved ones, and in our own hearts as well.

Martha Whitmore Hickman

( I often find myself reaching for this book....it helps me.)
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Every religion has its miracles. For Christians, the miracle of Christ's life, death, and resurrection; for Jews, the escape from Egypt and manna in the wilderness; for Muslims, the ascension of Mohammed from Jerusalem to Heaven.

And we have our own miracles of love - of family stories of reconciliations, of recoveries that defy medical explanation but are laid to someone's faith. Perhaps in our faith communities we see other miracles of love - the dispossessed made to feel at home, the hungry fed, bonds of understanding and mutual joy forming across cultural and racial differences. And in our society at large we see, again and again, the outpouring of food and clothing and shelter to unknown victims of disaster.

Of course there are glitches - in personal relationships as in international efforts. Others are not always sensitive to our needs - nor are we to theirs. Given that each of us inhabits a unique and private world, maybe it's a miracle that we get along as well as we do. So at this season of celebration and longing, let's raise a glass or an inner hurrah, even in our sadness, for the gifts of love wherever we find them - in strangers, in our loved ones, and in our own hearts as well.

Martha Whitmore Hickman

( I often find myself reaching for this book....it helps me.)
Have you considered the basic goodness of human beings?
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For me, that is a HUGE leap of faith! I'm old, I'm cynical, I'm fearful, but I have hope and I believe in something greater than the "basic goodness of human beings."
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Every religion has its miracles. For Christians, the miracle of Christ's life, death, and resurrection; for Jews, the escape from Egypt and manna in the wilderness; for Muslims, the ascension of Mohammed from Jerusalem to Heaven.

And we have our own miracles of love - of family stories of reconciliations, of recoveries that defy medical explanation but are laid to someone's faith. Perhaps in our faith communities we see other miracles of love - the dispossessed made to feel at home, the hungry fed, bonds of understanding and mutual joy forming across cultural and racial differences. And in our society at large we see, again and again, the outpouring of food and clothing and shelter to unknown victims of disaster.

Of course there are glitches - in personal relationships as in international efforts. Others are not always sensitive to our needs - nor are we to theirs. Given that each of us inhabits a unique and private world, maybe it's a miracle that we get along as well as we do. So at this season of celebration and longing, let's raise a glass or an inner hurrah, even in our sadness, for the gifts of love wherever we find them - in strangers, in our loved ones, and in our own hearts as well.

Martha Whitmore Hickman

( I often find myself reaching for this book....it helps me.)
Good morning Alffe,I am so glad to hear that you meditate,I meditate every day I just was a little scared to be it up,most of the time if I say that I meditate people look at me like I just fell off my rocker
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