Stay connected with God. When you are connected to God you know everything is going to be alright! “I am connected to God.” — Bishop David E. Myrick, Sr.
Powerful message on today! Thank you Bishop Myrick and Holy Temple Church of Christ!
Instead of focusing on the negative, take the time to encourage and love on others. This video is a simple example on how we can encourage each other even if we are shy. One person can make a difference, see who you can reach out to this week and show the love of Jesus to. A simple smile can change a persons day.
Nostalgija. Draugės močiutės namuose pamačiusi vaikystės istoriją pasakojantį daiktą, pajutau ilgesį "tiems laikams". Kada geriausiai draugei skambindavau laidiniu telefonu ir "prakabėdavau" valandų valandas ant ragelio. Bijojau, kad jeigu padėsiu ragelį, tai ryšys nutrūks. "Tais laikais " viso pasaulio ryšys slėpėsi ploname laidelyje. #oldphone#soviet#stayconnected#nostalgy#anotherworld#vintagelife#analogphone#retro
A ritual is a discipline, practice or routine that we do with a set intention. At Moonergy we create products crafted with a different combination of herbs, flowers and minerals that are aligned to the intention and energy of each lunar phase. The products are carefully considered so they are easy and practical for you to incorporate a bathing ritual practice into your life. Coming soon! #batheinmoonergy#stayconnected#bathbombs#bathteas#bathrituals#bathingritual
Getting an impromptu invitation to go to the beach and spend some quality time with friends is an opportunity I never pass up! There is something magical that happens when you can reconnect with people in a heartbeat as if you just saw them yesterday. That kind of connection in our busy world is one I treasure greatly. Keeping my life simple allows me to enjoy the pleasure of people and experiences. A few days with dear friends feeds my soul and keeps me connected to those I hold dear. Tag a friend or friends who feed your soul! ❤️
Did you know?! Snowboarding was invented in the 1960s and started out as snurfing. Yes, you read that right. A fellow named Sherman Poppen, an engineer living in Muskegon, Michigan, strapped two skis together and added some rope for steering. His wife called it a snurfer, or snow surfing.