Pondering the Reflections of Life and the Reflections of Love – by Patricia Louise


Published by WestBow Press, a division of Thomas Nelson & Zondervan, HarperCollins Publishers, published on: 7/29/2011, ISBN: 978-1-44972-142-8

Patricia Louise helps us to get a deeper insight into the real meaning of life, making the road ahead look clearer, and the way forward much brighter. Each word is God-inspired. She walks in spirit and in truth, providing us with a rich glimpse into her own soul and praying that it will lead us to taste God’s love. Patricia wants to inspire us to be the very best we can possibly be, to discover the hidden beauty within us and to love ourselves just as we are. The music in our hearts must flow out in all its rhythmic cadence. Let us glean all the positive experiences in our lives and learn precious lessons to guide us through life. We are the sum total of all of our experiences in life. What we do at this very moment is our very best to accomplish the daunting task at hand. To be a friend to others, we must be friendly with ourselves first. To love others, we must love ourselves first. God loves us with an all-encompassing love. We must allow the divine fulfillment of God’s plan in our lives. His Spirit dwells in us. We are like stars in the night sky, sparkling and twinkling to reflect God’s light. We stand virtuously among all others, significantly enjoying the world through the beauty of God’s creation. We see it all through eyes of love. We feel for others, lost in a world of other lives in which their pain becomes our pain, their sorrow our sorrow, their tears our tears. We feel the world through other hearts and lives. We must recognize our own worth, and find true and lasting contentment in knowing that we did the very best with what we had, under the extraordinary circumstances we faced. No matter how difficult the obstacles we face, wisdom and insight will set us free to explore the paths of life. The past is dead and gone. Tomorrow is not yet born. Today is all we have and it is enough. Today is where we find eternity. “In this moment is where we live.”

Miriam Jacob


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