Just One To Make A Difference

Just one to make a difference

"Tell me the weight of a snowflake," a coal-mouse (a small bird) asked a wild dove. "Nothing more than nothing," was the answer. "In that case, I must tell you a marvelous story," the coal-mouse said. "I sat on a fir branch, close to its trunk, when it began to snow--not heavily, not in a raging blizzard--no, just like in a dream, without a wind, without any violence.…

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Don’t Forget The Flowers

Don’t forget the flowers

Glenn Adsit and his family spent years as missionaries in China. During the Communist regime change, they were under house arrest. One day a few Chinese soldiers came to their house, and said, "You can return to America." The Adsit's were celebrating, when the soldiers told them, "You…

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Living Wholehearted

Living Wholehearted

Walking the beach one day, Gunilla Norris sees a young child run---determined on very unsteady legs---into the water. The toddler’s intensity is palpable. The mother sits some distance away, outwardly comfortable enough about her child's safety not to interfere with his adventure. With a wet sagging diaper, the young boy runs into the water with the half-weaving, half-stumbling motion of toddlers who have just…

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