Overwhelming grace


“Dare to love yourself
as if you were a rainbow
with gold at both ends.”
― AberjhaniJourney through the Power of the Rainbow: Quotations from a Life Made Out of Poetry

the light of the sun

I touched the sky,
but I could not feel.

Drenched my wounds
in pain that is real.

I’ve scorched my soul,
by the light of the sun.

Submitted to heaven,
a life undone.

I’ve known a love
that covers all sins.

Never lost the hope,
which eternity brings.

I’ve allowed judgment
to muddy my waters.

Seen outcasts weep,
in halls of the slaughtered.

I’ve buried my pain,
beneath pretence.

Been saturated by grace
that was heaven sent.

Some may know kindness
that leads to repentance,

Overwhelming grace
in shrines of transcendence.

I may be standing in
the ruins of my life.

But I was created worthy,
by the Divine.

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All Things Farm Related

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A Black and White Photo Challenge from Cee: All Things Farm Related A mixture of farm things

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Recap and Travel Stories

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It’s time for me to give a recap of my posts, between May and August, 2017.  I also want to take this opportunity to share a few heartwarming travel stories with you. Top three…

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Keith Klouda: The Benefits of Traveling

Keith klouda is a professional photographer & a tourist guy. Keith Klouda says many people ask her to why she always busy in traveling. So here Keith Klouda shares a short article about the rare benefits of traveling.

According to Keith Klouda, traveling is the way to see new places, new friends, culture, remove work stress etc. Keith says when you start exploring new places, you get a better understanding of the people living including their culture, history, and background etc.
In other word’s you can say that you learn new things & facts in every step.

The Benefits of Traveling:

  • Embrace new cultures
  • Increase confidence Level
  • Know the value of home
  • Know about different people and places
  • See unforgettable moments
  • New experiences
  • Independent
  • Increase knowledge
  • Learn new language
  • Helpful to remove stress

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Let’s get to know each other

Jacky Jet

cropped-jackyblog3.jpgHello lovely people.

I’m so excited to be embarking on this new journey and sharing with you the things I stumble upon as I muddle through this thing we call life.

I thought I’d kick my journey off by answering a few questions about myself. Hopefully this post will give you some insight into who I am.

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The Best Travel Credit Cards In Canada

Bruno Villetelle

What are the best travel credit cards in Canada? I look at two of the best and explore why the American Express Platinum Card is by far the best travel credit card for Canadians right now.

Source: Forbes.

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A Few Days in Tokyo (Part II)

Lauren and Gil in Japan

A Few Days in Tokyo (Part II)
(For Part I, Click Here)

Vending machines on every corner and alley pump out endless cans and bottles. An abundance of packaging seals in products sold at convenience stores. Yet, the streets are surprisingly clean despite the complete lack of public trashcans. Seriously, there are no trashcans in this country.

The next day we decided that sushi for breakfast was a good idea. Well, at least that’s what you’re supposed to do at Tsukiji Fish Market. The fresh fish arrives in the morning, vendors auction it off and sell it to buyers, then restaurants serve it. However, eating at one of the sushi restaurants located conveniently next to the market, allows tourists and raw fish connoisseurs to jump the line and eat some super fresh fish.

There are dozens of sushi restaurants around the fish market. We picked one with a short…

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