“He formed us in the womb. He knows our frame. He fashions our days. He hears our words. He protects us. His hand is upon us. He who inhabits all things are near to us. We cannot escape His presence. In the light He sees us. In the dark He sees us. We are the continual object of His thoughts. He searches us. He changes us. Here is true intimacy, and if we can allow God to become intimate with us, we can establish a growing intimacy with each other. Secure in His presence and His love, we can risk opening up, because we are held in His hand.” Donald Williams
I’ve learned a lot in these Nepali villages and am still learning and look forward to sharing the stories with you all.
Her an mutlu ve coşkuluyum ama yinede doya doya yaşamak için hayatta da böyle yavaşlatıyorum zamanı. Beni şanslı kılan yanımda olan insanlar tabiki o yüzden onlarla yaşadığım tüm anları sonsuza kadar yavaşlatmak istiyorum🍁🍂💚💚
Hello my name is Matthew Polvorosa Kline ( @polvorosa_kline ) and I’m taking over the NANPA Instagram this week. I hope you enjoy following along.
It’s a special feeling when a wild animal accepts you. I rarely work in camouflage blinds or clothing because I usually want to be observable. I want to spend time with individuals or specific groups so that I can learn more about them, their personalities and characteristics, because honestly, they are all unique from one another. If I'm fortunate this process will run over the course of months, weeks, or days. Being observable often helps me establish a respectful relationship that I might not otherwise have if I was hiding myself. When possible this is my preferred approach - let those wild ones consider me, my intent and personality and let them choose if I can share some time with them in return. Wandering in their natural world, uncontrolled and wild - there’s nothing like it!...(1/3)