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PL Principle #2

Good Morning everyone..  How are you on this lovely Saturday… Each day when I wake before I start my day, I like to read the PL lesson of the day, and after prayer and reflection, let my mind wander to what my personal meditation should be. Today I found that of the 21 Principles in PL, ,my mind’s eye caught #2.. and this is where it stopped    PL Principle 2  reads – I will not have complaints about others, matters, nor the weather.  Rather I will always be creative and will look for short comings in my own thinking and actions.  a9395a7285c43a211e4ec647f8727819

The lesson for those of you who have not read it today, or do not have the calendar itself, is about valuing those who are nearest and dearest to us.  They are so close to us, that often we forget just how wonderful and special they are to us.  We may even take for granted the love and caring they bring into our lives (smiles) My life is very blessed with a caring,understanding  husband who is a real partner in life, and friends that I treasure for the many wonderful memories and the genuine caring they have shown to me over the years.  Some friends we seldom see, yet we visit often in our hearts, and when we meet it is if we have never been apart.  I saw on FB (Facebook) the other day, that one friend had renovated her cottage this past summer.  It brought memories of all the trials and challenges she faced during the first years she and her husband bought the cottage.  What lovely memories. (mental note to self)  Call Sue =^_^=

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Not all memories are fantastic, but all of them were of value in my personal development, in my “growing pains”.  It is not only our physical bodies that “age”but our mental /spiritual selves.  When we remember to value and respect one another, life takes on a more positive energy.  Oyashikiri

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PL . church of Perfect Liberty (Japan)                                       smilePencil

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