A Woman's Voice


THE KNOT’S PRAYER ~ December 18, 2011

               INSPIRATIONAL QUOTES AND ANECDOTES

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  1. Simply Beautiful…


    • Thanks Keiki…I couldn’t agree with you more! 🙂

  2. Susan said,

    Amen! A prayer we should all take to heart. Too often we tie ourselves up in the knots of this world, and allow them to diminish our connection with God. I’ve read this prayer in the past and found its message a very powerful reminder of just how fragile we humans are. Thanks for sharing this beautiful prayer, Dolores.
    Blessings,
    Susan


    • Thanks Susan…you are so right. This is a prayer we should all take to heart. It is especially important when we have turmoil in our lives to not lose sight of our connection with God. 🙂

  3. hope_rising said,

    Miss D!

    wow! I love word play like that… what a great poem. I especially relate to the “am nots” I have to work hard on not comparing myself to others and findng a lesser definition of myself in the comparison. This poem is a great reminder for me.

    LLL from HTH


  4. Hope,
    I love word play too! It is such a passion for me. You’re right. It is very difficult “not” to compare ourselves to others. Fred always uses the expression that “it’s best keep our eyes on our own fries”. He right too. 🙂

  5. Desiray said,

    Very nice prayer sis…


    • Thanks Desiray…it’s always wonderful to hear from you. Bright blessings to you and yours! 🙂


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