Truth is the foundation stone on which every truly Spiritual house is built by GOD.
Leah helps us realize that most of what we call love, and our search for it, is really a desperate expedition for evidence that we are valuable enough to be loved in the first place. We want to feel like our life is worth something to someone. We are desperate to be known not just as a body but as a soul. We want to be vulnerable and in that vulnerability to be accepted. We want to be loved unconditionally.
May this month of love inspire us to grow deeper in our understanding of one another.
There are things that we don’t want to happen, but have to accept; things we don’t want to know but have to learn; and people we can’t live without, but have to let go.
“Some time ago, the LORD appeared to me and told me to say: …
I will always love you; that’s why I’ve been so patient and kind.”
— Jeremiah 31:3 CEV
Can we give GOD back His Smile?
Through this pen, I have a voice to
Speak my truths.
The moral of the story is that the fence was not there to keep the young lion in, but to keep the wild animals out.