Joy hush through petals
in blush of the Unseen.
Sweet Nectar flows to hue
as God’s Touch Loves each being.
©2012 Linda Willows
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The aim of The BELOVED is to awaken Christian Unity, embolden Fellowship and inspire Hope. "Our hearts are confident because of God’s Love, encouraged by the joy of His Loving Presence, gathered together by the enduring power of His Spirit."
Linda's journey includes writing, prayer, and daily devotion, "surely, I know less and less as my heart empties to the majesty of Seeing Jesus Christ".
With a love for people expanded by extensive travels to more than 20 countries and work in regions of crises, she expresses a lifelong dedication to the Heart of what unites us - God's Love. Willows was the Founder and Director of a non-profit Humanitarian NGO with the United Nations. Currently she is devoted to community, writing projects and Christian outreach.
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14 thoughts on ““Life is Beautiful” PhotoQuote from Linda Willows 7.24.2012”
so beautiful Linda!
thank you Robyn! I just read your “lemon” post, and I feel so colorful today!! all beautiful, Love Linda
😉 Thanks so much Linda~
Love it! : )
Thank you! Welcome!
Thank you so much, dear friend, I needed these beautiful words. Much love to you xoxox
thanks, You know…I did too, bold color, encouraging word…I felt better too! Love you, Linda
A silent moment of sheer delight, where paradise speaks through the flowers image as it is embraced lovingly by your words…thanks for leaving in your glow in my day!
Thank you, Wendell, I appreciate each of your heart-full and insightful words. I have been silent for a few days and still catching up. I look forward to reading your latest works. Love, Linda
Oh so very sweet! Thank you Ms. Linda!
Sweet Celeste, thank you. I have to share with you that the phrase Ms Linda is so charming, but only if it comes from you! Good-Heart…
When I was in beauty school for 2 years, one of the rules was we always were to address each other by Ms. plus the first name…..so it grew on me, I liked it because it was so charming and respectful…..it carried with it a sense of professionalism and respect…..I rather enjoyed being called Ms. Jacqueline myself, and it has become a personal habit I do without thinking sometimes…..lol
I grew up in the South and we all called everyone Ms..I think that’s why it charmed me!
Beautiful, Linda. Just reading the posts here ~ my students call me Ms. Bobbie and yes, I’ve always assumed it was a southern thing (like miss boss)….. Love you, Bobbie