Worth Sharing

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I read this post and thought it was so worth sharing. I couldn’t have stated this any better. Instead of judging others we need to be uplifting to others.


Most people don’t want to hear it but that doesn’t change the truth.  God loves a gay man as much as a straight man. God loves a prostitute as much as He loves a preacher. You see, Jesus didn’t come for some sinners; He came for all sinners. At the end of the day, we are ALL the same… Sinners in need of a Savior. So rather than kicking someone while they’re down, how about helping them to their feet. Can you imagine the difference we could make in people’s life if we will quit reminding of their failures & start guiding them towards the One that can give them victory. Remember, it’s Love that changes people.

“God is love.” (1john4:8)


A tribute that left me speechless….You never know how you’ve touched someone’s life…I’m blessed

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“Life is short”

This expression has always struck me as an overused cliché. Life isn’t that short. For most people, life is long and can be incredibly fruitful, filled with road trips, weekends at camp with your friends and family, and trying to understand the human condition while finding the beauty in your day-to-day grind to make ends meet. However, life, and its circumstances can change very quickly and it is in these moments that it seems awfully short. It is in these moments that one is forced to come to grips with how precious each day is. One is forced to appreciate and cherish each morning their husband pours their coffee, watching the morning news with a loved one, driving to work, doing laundry, making dinner, and setting the alarm to wake up early enough to do it all again the next day.

My grandmother, or Nanna if you…

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Strength and comfort thru Faith

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Hello I’m Donna

Faith, for me, is following Gods plan not knowing where it will lead or how I’ll get there but knowing it will lead to something wonderful!

2 Corinthians 1:3-6

3 Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of compassion and the God of all comfort, 4 who comforts us in all our troubles, so that we can comfort those in any trouble with the comfort we ourselves have received from God. 5 For just as the sufferings of Christ flow over into our lives, so also through Christ our comfort overflows. 6 If we are distressed, it is for your comfort and salvation; if we are comforted, it is for your comfort, which produces in you patient endurance of the same sufferings we suffer.

“Peace is not the absence of turmoil but the presence of God”


Life is a Journey…Remember to stop and enjoy each moment

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Hello I’m Donna

Life is a journey that has many roads and detours. Some paths are shorter than others but it’s not about the length of the journey but the quality of the experiences along the way. I’ve been blessed with the love of family and the warmth of friends, the richness of a fruitful life. I’ve been given the opportunity to stop and enjoy the rewards in life that really matter and have come to realize that there are many lives that I have touched in an amazing way.

My holistic roots and familial longevity have afforded me good health. So I embarked on a path to share the benefits of a simpler life with those who would dare to try it.

I must now warn you, don’t let healthy habits and great health lull you into a false sense of security. Get those check-ups. They really do make a difference. You see, even though I’m exceptionally healthy I’ve been diagnosed with breast cancer. That’s right CANCER…the great equalizer. I always felt great and never got sick so I just felt like those check-ups and screenings were just not all that necessary. That’s where I went wrong. Cancer doesn’t discriminate.

There is no family history for me, no genetic defect but there are many environmental hazards that we cannot protect ourselves from.

So as I amble along this new path, I’ll share my experiences along the way, hoping to enlighten, encourage, and inspire.

“Peace is not the absence of turmoil but the presence of God”