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Here is one I prepared earlier :-) on love and relationships

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Blog 2012 / Dreams / forgiveness / I believe that...

My life thus far has involved many ups and downs. I have experienced the joy of love in many different forms and at different times in my life. I have also got it wrong more than once or twice! When I was younger, I thought the best thing to do was to share everything with each other with total honesty. Now, that may work for some people, but it didn’t work well for me. You […]

Weekly Photo Challenge – Distortion

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forgiveness / Geography / Motivation / Political / PostaDay 2011 / Wisdom too late

WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE – DISTORTION Distortion comes in many shapes, sizes and flavours. On a more serious note: the history of our country can be distorted – even when people mean well. You may need to click on the photo to read the story board. This boat is a replica of the Brig Amity referred to in the story.      Lorraine 🙂 Related articles Weekly Photo Challenge: Distorted (fromundermanyhats.com) Weekly Photo Challenge: Distorted (passion2read.wordpress.com) Weekly Photo Challenge: […]

Australia Day 2012

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Blog 2012 / forgiveness / Geography / I believe that... / Journal Blog / politics / PostaDay 2011 / Uncategorized / Wisdom too late

Each year on the 26th January there is a Public Holiday to celebrate Australia Day. The journey of the First Fleet (eleven ships) commenced on 13 May 1787. The ships were sent by the British Admiralty from England to Australia. The fleet’s goal was to set up a penal colony on Botony Bay in New South Wales (where it had been explored  and claimed earlier in 1770 by James Cook). The Fleet, with the leadership of Arthur Phillip, arrived […]

Forgiveness

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Blog 2012 / forgiveness / Friends and family / I believe that... / I feel... / Journal Blog / Kimberley / Meaning of life and that stuff / Self acceptance

Writing can be very cathartic. Recently I wrote a post about my experiences with God and faith – when reflecting on it after I published it, a thought came to me about forgiveness. It was staring me in the face and I didn’t see it. Sometimes we get hurt and are so absorbed in the hurt that we cannot see any other perspective. I am referring to the time my husband walked out and the church […]