In My Father’s House are Many Mansions

In my Father's House are Many Mansions
A bird stretches on one of the bell towers of the Mission Dolores Basilica in San Francisco

“In my Father’s House are Many Mansions” is a gift for the readers of my blog.

All of you inform and inspire me.

My world is so much richer because of you.

The beauty of is that all we are really doing is being ourselves with each other.

This also counts as an Easter post. 🙂

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A Catedral Invisível
Gregorien – Agnus dei; Omnipotens eterne (Mass from the Year 1000 – excerpts)

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Bravery

A powerful poem from Leanne Rebecca

She's in Prison

Bravery

I’ve been trying to post this poem for a week and a half, but my computer wouldn’t let me save it no matter what I tried. I started to think maybe it wasn’t meant to be shared, but I refused to listen.

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Compassion and Happiness

Is there a connection between compassion and happiness?

#1000Speak for Compassion

Our next link-up is on the 20th of March. Just one week to go! Our theme, as it is every quarter, is simply Compassion.

However, 20th March is also International Day of Happiness.

Do compassion and happiness go together? You bet! So, if  you would like to write a post about the connection between compassion and happiness, we’d love to read it.

If you aren’t sure about what to write for this, we’ve got a few things that might help.

First off, in the video below, Pharrell Williams talks about happiness for last year’s International Day of Happiness, and as he points out, protecting our planet’s environment is necessary to ensure the happiness of future generation. I’d say that when we take action to protect our planet for our children, that also makes us happy.

Some people have the idea that compassion means feeling another’s pain, which wouldn’t necessarily make us happy!…

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Portrait of a Woman

Art by Rob Goldstein

 

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Gabino Barreras
Chavela Vargas:
Corridos de la Revolución
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