Abandoned or forgotten, is there a difference…
On the 11th of each month, we in PL (Perfect Liberty) celebrate Ancestors Day,
with a special ceremony. Through this ceremony, we express our gratitude
for the love and virtues of our ancestors, asking that we ourselves, continue
to grow and learn to bring love and understanding to others in the world around us.
By now, most of you know I love to discover an old abandoned vehicle, and capture it
to enjoy and add to my Pinterest board, the neighbours I’m sure appreciate that i don’t
bring them home to display on the front lawn, or the back forty. Not all of them are left to the elements
some like the one above have been lovingly restored, and are happily on the road again.
We can do that with an object, but with a human heart, no……
Once the love and laughter is gone, and the body fails to carry on
we are left with an empty space, all that will remain is a memory in its place
Appreciate and love .. today…
In expressing appreciation to God in our daily lives, with sincerity (makoto)
we renew our determination to follow and practice a way of life that ensures
our memories and our quality of life in the moment, will be good ones.
Seek to retain focus in your faith and connection with God
Always – Forever
Namaste – Oyashikiri