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Sunday’s Love and Blessings

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Tomorrow, Sunday, will be a rather busy morning and

I may not get to the library. This is a short but

hopefully, sweet and inspiring message that includes

some uplifting quotes. Hope this leaves you feeling

a lift in your step and light-hearted in your soul.

Don’t let the Winter Blues get to you and hope the

Groundhog DOES NOT see his shadow!

Smiles sent your way!

COUPLES:

“We’re all a little weird… life is a little weird.

When we find someone whose weirdness is compatible

with ours, we join up with them and fall into mutually

satisfying weirdness- and call it love- true love!”

Written by Robert Fulghum, author of “True Love” and

that famous book, “All I Needed to Know, I Learned in

Kindergarten.”

NEIGHBORS:

“Do not waste time bothering whether you “love” your

neighbor; act as if you do. As soon as we do this,

we find out one of the great secrets. When you are

behaving as if you loved someone, you will presently

come to love him/her.”

Written by C.S. Lewis, the author of “Mere Christianity,”

and “The Chronicles of Narnia.”

HEARTS ARE OPEN TO LOVE AND FAITH:

“Let us have faith that right makes might,

and in that faith let us to the end, dare to

do our duty as we understand it.”

Written by February 12th “Birthday Boy:”

Abraham Lincoln

“A loving heart is the truest wisdom.”

Written by Charles Dickens

“Love is that condition in which the happiness

of another person is essential to your own.”

Written by Robert Heinlein who writes Science Fiction

books, including “Stranger in a Strange Land.”

CASTAWAY ON THE LOVE BOAT:

“In a ship’s engine room, it’s impossible to look into the

great boiler and see how much water remains. But running

up beside it is a tiny glass tube that serves as a gauge.

As the water stands in the little tube, so it stands in

the great boiler. When the tube is half full, the boiler

is half full; when the tube is empty the boiler is empty.

Look at the gauge: Your love for other people is the

measure of your love for… a Higher Spirit…” This is

going beyond more than yourself.

(Author Unknown)

May I add?

“Get on Board the Love Boat

and Go Beyond Your Own Self!”