11 thoughts on “silent sunday”

  1. Thanks Del. Unfortunately my positive thoughts don’t seem able to penetrate the boy-child’s gloom. And for better or worse, he isn’t hiding that. It’s in every message he sends me. I believe he will be fine; I just wish I could persuade him to believe it.

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  2. Su, could you try thinking of your loved ones as invulnerable to any & all evils? As near as your good & protective thoughts of them? Know they’re surrounded by the power of the good, creative force(s) of the universe? Don’t mean to disregard whatever your belief system is or isn’t. Just feel that focusing on goodness, wholeness, and love is very powerful and reaches beyond any ourselves, into darkness and brings light. ๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜

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  3. Lovely thought. I feel I have so much to be thankful for right now. Just wish other members of my family weren’t so vulnerable — and far away!!! Although once we go into lock-down on Thursday even the boy-child will be out of bounds.

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  4. Thank you so much for this, Cathy. I have onions in my fridge bin and forget to use them. Next time I cook I will think of you and get chopping!

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  5. I’m thankful for having the lovely Del as a friend across the pond and hopefully will get to meet her in real life. I’ll keep buying the lottery tickets, big hugs Del xx

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  6. Beautiful idea, and stunning picture. Now don’t laugh, but I felt gratitude today when I chopped the onion to fry for dinner. The appalling sight of empty shelves shocked me to the core , and has awoken a real sense of gratitude towards my food- last night it was naan bread found in the shop which we had with our curry!

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