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Miguel Dean is an exceptional writer who, from an extraordinary autobiographical base will take you from addiction, loss, separation, and illness to a life of joy, beauty, gratitude, love. Leave behind your struggles and your pain and welcome in love, empowerment and learning. Poignantly shared and with the benefit of hindsight, he extrapolates the life lessons from his experiences that were simply not visible at the time so that the rest of us can learn from it too.
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Despite not having been through some of the experiences Miguel writes about, I still felt it related to it to my own current and past events that have taken place in my life. It really helped put things into perspective and help me see my issues in a new light. To see the bigger picture. I highly recommend this book.
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By: Miguel Dean. Albert Camus. Fight all error, but do it with good humor, patience, kindness, and love. Harshness will damage your own soul and spoil the best cause. John Cantius. We give thanks this morning for the incredible beauty of this day, for the magnificence of life, and for our own individual potential still untapped. As we reflect on these blessings, we praise God for the good signs in our own lives- good signs of the past and good signs ahead.
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Richard G. Capen, Jr. Secret, fervent, believing prayer lies at the root of all personal godliness. William Carey. A laugh, to be joyous, must flow from a joyous heart, for without kindness, there can be no true joy.
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Thomas Carlyle. He who has no vision of eternity will never get a true hold of time.
Be thou a bright flame before me, Be thou a guiding star above me, Be thou a smooth path below me, And be a kindly Shepherd behind me, Today, tonight and for ever. Alexander Carmichael. Amy Carmichael. Fragrance is like light. It cannot be hidden. It is like love: intangible, invisible, but always at once recognized.
Though it is neither to be touched, nor heard, nor seen, we know that it is there. And its opposite is just as impossible to hide. This brings us to a solemn truth: it is what we are that tells. Joys are always on the way to us. They are always traveling to us through the darkness of the night. There is never a night when they are not coming. Live through me, Son of God, make me like Thy clear air through which unhindered colors pass as though it were not there. Sorrow is one of the things that are lent, not given. A thing that is lent may be taken away; a thing that is given is not taken away.
There is no need to plead that the love of God shall fill our heart as though he were unwilling to fill us. He is willing as light is willing to flood a room that is opened to its brightness; willing as water is willing to flow into an emptied channel. Love is pressing round us on all sides like air.
Cease to resist, and instantly love takes possession. By giving a few words of sincere appreciation to someone who is lonely or discouraged. Perhaps you will forget tomorrow the kind words you say today, but the recipient may cherish them over a lifetime.
Dale Carnegie. Human beings cannot probe the mind of God by asking themselves what they would do if they were God. They are men and not God. And if they are virtuous men, they will wait for God to reveal himself under conditions of his own choosing. Edward John Carnell. God, so approachable by him who hows how to love, is hidden from him who knows only how to understand. Alexis Carrel. The things which are not measurable are more important than those which are measurable. Carlo Carretto. Prayer is the sum of our relationship with God. We are what we pray. The degree of our faith is the degree of our prayer.
Our ability to love is our ability to pray. The strength of our hope is the strength of our prayer. The warmth of our charity is the warmth of our prayer. Ramona Carroll. Lewis Carroll. We spend most of our time and energy in a kind of horizontal thinking. We move along the surface of things going from one quick base to another, often with a frenzy that wears us out. There are times when we stop. We sit still. We lose ourselves in a pile of leaves or its memory.
We listen and breezes from a whole other world begin to whisper. We drift toward compromise and call it tolerance; we drift toward disobedience and call it freedom; we drift toward superstition and call it faith. We cherish the indiscipline of lost self-control and call it relaxation; we slouch toward prayerlessness and delude ourselves into thinking we have escaped legalism; we slide toward godlessness and convince ourselves we have been liberated.
None of those human measurements counts when it comes to performing great acts in life—great acts as defined by God, acts of humility, obedience, and love.
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Jimmy Carter. Our five-year-old Jeanie took to rising at each morning and puttering around just long enough to wake the rest of us before climbing back into bed. Her reason was always the same- she had to see if there was a surprise. Roy F. Wally Carter. George Washington Carver famously addressed Congress in , extolling the virtues of peanuts. I asked Him to show me what to do with the peanut, and He did.
I ask Him daily and often momently to give me wisdom, understanding and bodily strength to do His will, hence I am asking and receiving all the time. George Washington Carver. I love to think of nature as an unlimited broadcasting station through which God speaks to us every hour, if we will only tune in. No individual has any right to come into the world and go out of it without leaving behind him distinct and legitimate reasons for having passed through it. There is nothing that will not reveal its secrets if you love it enough.
Sometimes a neighbor whom we have disliked a lifetime for his arrogance and conceit lets fall a single commonplace remark that shows us another side, another man, really; a man uncertain and puzzled, and in the dark like ourselves. Willa S. For I created your soul with a capacity for loving—so much so that you cannot live without love. Indeed, love is your food. Catherine of Siena, God speaking to Catherine in a vision. Let Jesus be in your heart, eternity in your spirit, the world under your feet, the will of God in your actions.
And let the love of God shine forth from you. Catherine of Genoa. All the way to heaven is heaven. Catherine of Siena.
There is nothing we can desire or want that we do not find in God.