“Thomas A. Edison was born in 1847, and on October 21, 1879, he invented the incandescent light bulb. I was born on October 21, 1947, one hundred …”

This is a wonderful share from David Kanigan and Mary Pipher today. May we all find our way appreciating the light, lightness and love for life, especially in challenging times.

Lightly Child, Lightly (Take 2)

22 comments on “Lightly Child, Lightly (Take 2)

  1. Sharon Lawrence

    Beautiful Val! Thanks!

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  2. Wow. What a wonderful post. Really reflects how important sunlight is for me. Thank you for sharing this here, today, Val. 💜

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  3. Many thanks for sharing this post – I read it all. As I said in my comment to her, I had JUST downloaded her book Women Rowing North yesterday. I like how this woman thinks…and writes about it.

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  4. Beautiful! Thanks for sharing this, Val. I relate so much to what she says about always noticing and delighting in the light. I was just appreciating and meditating on the light flickering through the leaves with a heightened sense of awareness yesterday as I gazed out my window. It was wonderful!
    Have a lovely day! 💕

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  5. The world is indeed a very beautiful place Val. And I think those hard times are so that when we do touch beauty we will appreciate it all the more 😀 ❤️ 🙏🏽

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  6. Wonderful uplifting reading Val. Thanks for all you do! ❤️

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  7. A beautiful share Val… ❤

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  8. ‘I have utilized every skill I know to find the light. And I have learned to look inside myself for the love I cannot find in the world. I’ve developed new rituals and routines and now feel a renewed appreciation for life as it is, not as I wish it to be.’

    A gift to remember for life. Love this woman 👏🤗

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