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|A Three Dimensional Love Story Laura Lang. “The way to love anything is to |
realize that it might be lost.” G. K. Chesterton ... “Uh? . . you know what? . . . let me
see if I can find her, hold on a sec.” Joshua could hear the phone receiver being
|'The way to love anything is to realize that it might be lost,' ” she quoted. "What?" |
The look in Mama's eyes told me that something had just clicked. She nodded,
like she'd just made an important decision. "Simone, first thing tomorrow morning
|If you wish to realise how fearfully and wonderfully God's image is made, stand |
on one leg. If you want to realise the splendid vision of all visible things — wink
the other eye." "The way to love anything is to realize that it might be lost." It
|The way to love anything is to realise that it might be lost. In one of my feet I can |
feel how strong and splendid a foot is; in the other I can realise how very much
otherwise it might have been. The moral of the thing is wholly exhilarating.
|The way to love anything is to realize that it might be lost. —G. K. Chesterton "We |
only have one planet. We only get one chance. Our mother needs our help!" This
rousing plea echoes with fear and loss and a keen edge of desperation, yet it ...
|love anything is to realize that it might be lost. —G. K. Chesterton unlikely she |
would even survive her birth. ... Within a few days we The way to were allowed to
take her home, but we were told that she would probably die within a short time.
|Scarcity. The way to love anything is to realize it might Because of Conservation |
of Energy, people have a natural tendency. be lost. —G. K. CHESTERTON,
ENGLISH WRITER AND CHRISTIAN APOLOGIST.
|If love could take shape it might look something like these heartfelt words and images from the inimitable Nancy Tillman. Here is a book to share with your loved ones, no matter how near or far, young or old, they are.|
|reconciled, we may choose to share our reconciliation with others in order to |
bring glory to God. ... Instead, we ought to focus on how God worked to give us
both gracious and repentant hearts and loving forgiveness toward one another. ...
so with the explicit permission of the other person, and we must be very careful to
speak only in edifying ways about the other person. ... What if God told us, “I
forgive you; I just don't want to have anything to do with you anymore”? We would
|I am not an authority on anything. I am a fellow ... I ask you to trust what your own |
heart tells you, as you read mine or any other's words, even as you dance and
sing your way about this stage of life. ... For, the truth about perfection is that all is
perfect; it was only ever a matter of realizing it. Know that ... For those of you who
have or will, loved and lost, know that you are forever loved, and may forever love