Dear God,

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Dear God,

I don’t know how You did it, but thank you for closing the world and sending us home to the quiet of our own hearts for a spell.  Thank you for giving us and our precious planet Earth a time to allow Your light and love to heal our wounds.  What an amazing and miraculous gift for humanity and our Earth home—an opportunity to shut down and reboot, to start anew with a fresh perspective.

I know that there are many who will experience undue suffering and hardship, and I pray that they will be sustained in faith by Your love and by the kindness and compassion of family, friends, and strangers.

Thank you for opening our hearts to one another, and for the awareness that we are a family of one and are given a choice to decide between an attitude of love or fear.  Thank you that we are learning to recognize the destructive power of fear and help us choose the soothing, healing balm of love instead.  Thank you for miracles.

With an overflowing love and gratitude that my heart can scarcely hold,

Your dearly devoted daughter,

Julia

 

8 thoughts on “Dear God,”

  1. Very good. Thanks

    On Thu, Mar 19, 2020 at 8:50 AM Voices in my Head wrote:

    > Julia Preston posted: ” Dear God, I don’t know how You did it, but thank > you for closing the world and sending us home to the quiet of our own > hearts for a spell. Thank you for giving us and our precious planet Earth > a time to allow Your light and love to heal our wounds. W” >

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  2. Wonderful. Simply wonderful.

    Breathtakingly beautiful.

    Keep writing, keep posting.

    Ginny Daly 202.420.9550 5401 Potomac Ave NW, WDC 20016 7 Tidewater, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 “Anything worth doing is worth overdoing”

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  3. Thank you, dear Aunt Julia, for lifting up what we can believe is the good in this despite the terrible suffering. Love, Connie

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