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Beautiful piece about emerging from difficult times into a place of peace, courage, light and hope.
A short, inspiring story about appreciating moments of beauty in your present, past and future … and how doing so can help you see beyond difficult times
Inspiring life lesson from my garden. What can we learn from a peach tree blossom? A short story about keeping faith and hope when all looks lost.
If your season is not now, trust that it’s on the way. Keep hoping, keep expecting…I’ve walked this path more than 100 times, winding into mountains, through the orange of autumn, around grey winter skies, under storms, drenched skin, shivers down my spine. “How long will this grey season last?” I’d ask Thorny Bush as I
This is the story of a tiny yellow flower expressing herself willfully, reaching out to the Universe, wanting to share her Beauty, her Light and her Love for All… This morning,Being out thereIn NatureFor my daily walkI am Blessed withA Meaningful EncounterOh, you couldn’t guess…Neither was ITo suspectSuch a Sacred MeetingIn between blades of grassHidden
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While war rages, a walk in the almond orchards inspires a call for change, and a gathering of new ways filled with hope and peace.
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One day Ben Thornbury agrees to help his neighbour cut an overgrown hedge. After their handiwork is posted online, the entire town rallies together. So begins a huge community initiative that has continued to grow for over 6 years …
A short inspiring story of an older couple who use their passion for gardening to spread joy in spring. Through their vibrant garden, they share their love of flowers and life with others, leaving a lasting impression of happiness and beauty.
If we had no winter, the spring would not be so pleasant: if we did not sometimes taste of adversity, prosperity would not be so welcome ~ Anne Bradstreet