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There Are No Mistakes

Every burden bears a gift, every challenge brings a treasure, and every setback is a setup. Life is like a slingshot. In order to be propelled in the sky, we have to be majorly pulled back and then up we go. Experience allows us to know. Life is incredibly gooood, no matter what πŸ˜‰

I wish infinite love, health, healing, wealth, success, happiness, awareness, peace and wisdom upon your soul


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7 thoughts on “There Are No Mistakes

    1. Thank you for your time Bernice. You know, I used to be so clueless! Feels good to be in the known. Wish I could know more. But I’m grateful to know what I know… Hope all is well with you. Abundance your way.

      Infinite love peace and wisdom!

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      1. That tree is a Peace Quilt that my preschoolers designed and Milly sewed (I write about her on my blog). The quilt hangs at the National Library Museum in historic Philadelphia. Glad you like it, as peace through the eyes of children is pure and encumbered. Sorry I rambled…

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      2. About you saying you ramble πŸ˜‚

        Well thanks for the information. I need to dig deeper on your blog. The tree has even more value than I thought… I will never look at it the same way ever again. Yes children have a pure heart. I find it so weird and strange sometimes how we turned out to be so fearful and judgmental of one another when we all used to be innocent peaceful children roaming the planet chasing bees and frogs…*sigh

        With that being said, Philadelphia huh? Sounds nice. When I think of Philly I can’t help but think of Bruce Springsteen – Streets of Philadelphia and Tom Hanks movie lol. I’ve never been there. I want to travel more it’s on my list πŸ˜‰

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      3. Many thanks! Yes, my tree has a long (and good) story. Through the eyes of a child, peace, kindness, and joy are true. Pure. I do a lot with that, from quilts to music and painting, and reading aloud. When does that change? I think third grade-ish. When parents are involved, that makes a big difference in guiding children. Philadelphia is a great city. Lots of history and lots to see and do.

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