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Quiet Strength (25 reads) by relationships .. Posted Wed 20 May 2009 12:52pm John  I quietly do my job, no self-promotion, just get it done. The quiet soft-spoken introvert is definitely at a disadvantage at work as well as in the dating arena. If you' re not there beating your chest trumpeting your accomplishments and advertising your worthiness to women you simply will be invisible to many if not most people. Read on »
The Quiet Strength of Querciabella by Nicki .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 07 Mar 2011 10:01am Querciabella’s biodynamic practices wouldn’t be as impressive if their wines weren’t so gorgeous. It’s like finding out that woman you’ve been admiring from afar is not only beautiful, but also funny, loves sports and is smarter than you’ll ever be. You will, of course, fall madly in love. Founded in the hills of Tuscany’s Greve in Chi ... Read on »
Strength of individual by pandoracharms Posted Mon 12 Dec 2011 1:00am I was confused by one scene in one film for years: the husband met the wife when she was walking in the street alone after stepping out of one pandora jewelry store, he was astonished by the quiet expression on her face, i had thought that he was surprised by the scene that his wife could be so enjoying without his accompany. But now, one epic enli ... Read on »
What Are You Looking For? by Brenda Coffee Health Maven Posted Sun 22 Aug 2010 7:04pm ©Brenda Coffee. All rights reserved. I’ve always been inexplicably drawn to old churches in the small, hard to reach villages of Mexico. There’s something about the simplicity of these churches that projects a profound poignancy I’ve experienced nowhere else. Absent are the shiny brass offering plates, the leather songbooks full of hope ... Read on »
What Are You Looking For? by Brenda Coffee Health Maven Posted Tue 05 Apr 2011 4:37pm ©Brenda Coffee. All rights reserved. I’ve always been inexplicably drawn to old churches in the small, hard to reach villages of Mexico. There’s something about the simplicity of these churches that projects a profound poignancy I’ve experienced nowhere else. Absent are the shiny brass offering plates, the leather songbooks full of hope ... Read on »
Serenity, Peace and Strength by Flower .. Posted Tue 02 Dec 2008 9:26pm 6pm, Friday night, I am in bed. I am breathing slowly and chanting my favourite mantra... serenity, peace and strength (it gets me through some tough times) Am in my jim jams, two cats under the duvet with me. My friends Lucozade and Ibuprofen sitting by my side. The reason for this early retirement from the world is 'The Warnin ... Read on »
A Quiet Place by Ruth K. Patient Expert Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 6:13pm A Quiet Place by Ralph Carmichael There is a quiet place Far from the rapid pace Where God can soothe my troubled mind. Sheltered by tree and flower There in my quiet hour With Him my cares are left behind. Whether a garden small, Or on a mountain tall New strength and courage there I find. And then from that quiet place ... Read on »
In My Pauses and Quiet Hours by GodsDreamsForMe Posted Fri 08 Jul 2011 8:34pm Joshua 1:7 ~  Don't get off track, either left or right, so as to make sure you get to where you're going. My times off-the-grid are so precious to me. There is where I am realigned, repositioned, and refreshed. All the “new” things can be so intimidating, but these moments nourish me. I hear God whisper so clearly, warm my heart, and affir ... Read on »
Quiet Holiday Spirit with a Handmade Wreath by forestlily Posted Fri 23 Dec 2011 2:13am This year, the holiday season has come quietly with silence, despair, belief, strength, and hope in Japan. Holiday lights are blinking discreetly with consideration for victims and ongoing restless issues of the disaster in March, 2011. Since the evacuees from the most affected areas have still been suffering from the aftermath of the ear ... Read on »
Back in the groove... by Erica P. Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 8:06pm Sometimes the harried pace of normal life is soothing. I can't explain that any better than I can understand it, but somehow it just seems that too much doing nothing makes me crazy. It's good to be back to work, back to the doing-of-the-stuff at home, all of those. I was saddened this morning to see that a former patient of mine passed aw ... Read on »