Saturday, December 23, 2006

a scene from summer


Cool and refreshing is the stream to the animals that live in the forest.

May your words, your deeds be a refreshment to your family and loved ones this season.

May our caring and prayers extend across the Atlantic to London, to the home of Minerva, who needs a bit of encouragement.

Love the dear ones you are with, and extend yourself to those not in your circle of light this day. Stretch to do more for the common good, and resist those who promote self interest.
It is a terrible big world we live in, so each one, love one, and teach others how to do the same. Hold a shaking hand. Hug someone extra tight. Give them your FULL attention. Say a prayer together.

12 comments:

craziequeen said...

ah David......perfect, just perfect.

Big hugs from here in the UK to Big Bear Lake.....

I meantersay, BIG hugs.....

cq
Michele sent me this very, VERY early am......

Mr. Althouse said...

That's very nice, very nice indeed,

Michele sends her regards as well,
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Mike

Leah said...

thanks for the wishes David

here via Michele

Happy Holidays.

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

Michele sent me David...

Yes, indeed, Minerva needs all our prayers and our love...

Very nice words, David.

Minerva said...

Ah David,
Just knowing you are here makes the internet a better place...

Minerva

Carol said...

This is such a lovely post David, big hugs to you from OZ...Happy Christmas to you...

Jean-Luc Picard said...

A good summer scene.

I know about Minerva. Everybody ought to go and see her blog.

Have a good Christmas. Michele sent me this way.

Canadian Dude said...

Merry Christmas David!

I dropped by Minerva's.

Here from Michele's.

kenju said...

AMEN! Have a wonderful Christmas, David.

sage said...

Nice wishes--Yes I was alive in '64 (I turn 50 in three weeks, I'm old, not as old as dirt, but I'm catching up). I just wrote about one of my worst acts in school, which was done the last day of school before Christmas, 1971.

Prego said...

nice sentiments, david.

have a nice holiday.
p

here via michele today

Anonymous said...

bravo, David! You got it right! It's "Peace on Earth to Men of Good Will" Christmas Joy to you and your family!