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THE SONGBIRD – PART 2

Music was her freedom. She never stopped singing and her songs became her prayers. With her songs she flew; each one gave her wings. Her heart soared with the gentle melodies and words that God had sent to heal her. As she healed in her tiny cage, she dreamt of flying and sharing her beautiful songs all over the world. She just knew that someday she would soar freely with joy and never live in a cage again. Continue reading

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THE SONGBIRD – PART 1

Now she could dream about flying and she was joyful. As she prepared herself to soar, or maybe even plummet, she had certainty about where she would be flying. She planned to fly to a destination where she could share her blessing of hope. Her message was how it was possible to sing again and to fly even when life held heartbreak. It didn’t matter anymore to her if she fell, because she had already flown so far in her dreams. Continue reading

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TO FACE WHAT THE FUTURE BRINGS

I had looked for this folder before, but never found it. I did have a few, old Compassionate Friends newsletters which I had scanned for earlier posts. I glanced quickly at the pages; some were folded and others were written in pencil and marked over. There were photocopies and poems I recognized from a long time ago.
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