Crossing My Bridges Blog
INSPIRATIONAL AND MOTIVATIONAL STORIES
Do we allow ourselves sufficient margins of time to have rest and cope with emergencies? Or is every spare minute full of something?
. These women if they lived today would still more than likely be marginalized because of the systems that kept them in their circumstances, often play out into lives of women today.
When you look at these women’s stories from a completely different perspective, you hear their cries for justice in a patriarchal system that marginalized them as human beings made in the image of God. You see the hand of God moving to vindicate them and bring them into a place where they are given justice and the honor of being part of the genealogy of Jesus.
I chose to hold onto the blessings which rewarded me with increased skills and connections with new friends. I had to let go of the expectations that I needed to be physically present to function in the world and do everything I would have done before
Books are our Passport to the world, both seen and unseen, real and imagined, past, present, and future worlds. Time to get down to the Library and find what is new on the Shelves!
Until we value the elderly, provide the care, they require and keep family units together by allowing the elderly to emigrate with their children. No technology will replace the family and neighborhood system of ‘loving your neighbor as yourself.’
The mountains of Utah
The Canyons of Utah are a gift from God. They teach us from nature about His goodness even in the cataclysmic events of life that change our landscapes forever.
The golden eagle still sits on the lectern with its outspread wings inviting people to read the instructions to love God and love their neighbor.