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May The True Meaning of Easter Bring Faith, Hope, and a Renewed Spirit to you in Celebration of that Stone Rolled Away.....
As we reflect on the true meaning of Easter Sunday, and all of the hope,
faith and trust it represents to those who believe, I bid you love,
peace within and without, and the joy that the "stone" was rolled away
in 3 days. Our very reason for this blessed celebration. We too have our
own "stone's that shall be rolled away" and we have that gift of being
set free one fine day from all of the pain, hurt, conflict, and what our
"human kind" brings... and shall be in a new and glorious body, and
where as "Our Father" promised will walk on the streets of gold, and
share everything good in that land far away. May you find all of that
peace and comfort this Easter Weekend, and walk in a new light knowing
in your heart that you too will be set free from our hurt, pain and
Our world has become such a place of horror, too judgemental, too oppressed again, too full of hate, of cruelty, with lack of respect for any "life". We have so many that lack any type of morality when it comes to the very sanctity of what human life means. Our world has become a place that many of us feel terror, rather than feel freedom to be and do what we feel our lives are here for.... Even though we try and walk in the light knowing none of what here will matter someday, it is difficult NOT to be frightened each day of what some of these hate mongers may do....
So, with hope and a place of peace inside I wish you an Easter filled with all things good... Rhia
By the way my other thought for tomorrow....
Sunday 2005, was the day my Dad passed away. This is a photo of some of
my family at the cemetery. I felt this was an appropriate time to share
this once again. Oddly enough, that particular Easter also fell on
March 27th, 2005. Miss you and Love you Dad! I know that You and all of
the family, along with Tazzy, friends and others await there with open
arms for all of us. As much as I wished you were still here, honestly,
you are in such a better place. I am thankful that you are not
suffering, and you are not suffering, nor having to witness all of the horrid things of this Earth now.... Love you, "Pammy"