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As I read your last post, I was reminded of a discussion we had, while watching a river flow. In particular, I was thinking of how a small branch had diverted from the main flow for 500 or 600 ft. We commented on how in such a short span the small stream could slow and calm so quickly, and yet in a short time rejoin the rush of the main stream. The convergence is near.


Are you sure what you want, is what God wants?


Bruce, That is a question we should all ask ourselves.

George ~ Thanks for the reminder of a great day! Let the river flow....

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  • In the Celtic tradition "Thin Places" are places where the spiritual and the natural world intersect. It is a place where it is possible to touch and be touched by God. "Thin Spaces" are the moments when we experience a deep sense of God’s presence in our everyday world.

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