One wrong word


 

 

People are sometimes like porcelain
One wrong word can smash them…

DidiArtist, 21.07.2018

 

 

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33 comments on “One wrong word

  1. That is true, especially for a very young child who has learned nothing but trust. When that trust is broken with one bad word, the child cannot understand because it has no tools to deal with such things. It is best to be kind to everyone because one can break only so many dishes before they get cut themselves.

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      • Thank you kindly Didi. I am sort of tied up for the time-being and hence not able to go through e-mails as well as normal. I am the caregiver for my significant other, Richard, who has had cervical surgery and it is pretty severe, so he has lost a lot of his abilities, hopefully only for a time. Anyway, we have no other resource so I am it for his care. He is good, but it is still a lot of work, and I have to get him to the doctor in another town tomorrow. Hugs and blessings, Anne

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        • Thank you dear Anne ๐Ÿ™‚
          It is always good if we are able to take care of dear ones and even of people in general. I also take care of an older man who already had three times a brain stroke. Each time it took him about 2 years that he could regain his ability to walk and use speaking ability as well – so mean to say with it: that you Richard will hopefully be better after some time again, with some training our body helps us to heal wounds to a certain extent. May Richard overcome his health troubles and that you both can return to normal life again. All the best my friend.
          Love and light to you both
          Didi

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    • Yes, dear Carly, and this is due to, wild horse in us, the mind that is, unfortunately, in control of our soul – and this should be in fact vice versa – now we are like a chamelon that changes its colour every moment…
      Thanks, my dear friend – all good wishes
      Didi

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      • Very poetic description there, Didi! Yes, we change our colors every minute. I wish we worried what man thought less and invested our mind in the thoughts of God towards us more! ๐Ÿ™‚

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        • Yes, exactly, dear Carly – as we think we become, so more we absorb us in the thoughts of God, in sweet remembrance of Him, the more we adopt His colours – the good attributes of Him. We must empty us from ourselves and as long there is I and ego we have our chair inbetween two rooms: He or us… when we become empty from ourselves in all humbleness and respect, by the grace and love of our Father, then God can sit in us and we are in His will…

          Thank you very much, my dear Carly, for your precious comment ๐Ÿ™‚

          Have a great weekend
          Didi

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