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Honesty #SoCS

  Honesty... This post brought to you for  Linda Hill’s #SoCS Prompt . Please visit her blog for more posts and great prompts. 

Welcome to Paradise #ThursdayDoors

 Hello friends,  Welcome and do come in. Right now these are my favorite doors. This is our home but it is more of a place to rest and a passageway from one moment in paradise to the one on the other side. For me, the best thing about doors is where they lead.  Welcome! Come in... I know, the Feng Shui is all wrong. But the feel schwell is all right!  Door to door to door, we have been happy here!  And the final destination is a breathtaking view and place of repose. The coffee blossoms are really beautiful now. Nature is so passionate. Love is truly a many splendored thing... To visit more great blogs and see wonderful doors, visit  Dan’s Place  and have a look around!

Everything Is Beautiful

Everything is beautiful in its own way Under God’s heaven the world is gonna find a way There is none so blind as he who will not see. We must not close our minds we must let our hearts be free.... Sadly, there never seems to be a moment in time when this song and its message are not relevant. Ray brought us a lot of beautiful, whimsical and conscientious messages with his music.   

I’m Late! #ThursdayDoors

 I’m late, I’m late, I hope the doors train can wait!  I found this special lady while shopping in Boquete today and thought she would make a nice contribution to  Thursday Doors, hosted by Dan at No Facilities Stay warm and safe everyone.

Contribution

 Today. It’s a word. It implies a unit of time and that very implication imposes definitions, limitations, expectations, urgency and even hope. Words are interestingly powerful things. Magnificent things happen when words are spoken correctly and terrible things happen when words are twisted, misused and abused. This is why I try, as much as possible, to choose my words, even in extreme emotional states. I have spent so many years having to talk for a living, learning to communicate in ways that bring positive results and keep relationships working that it hasn’t bothered me a lot to spend a few months not having to talk much.  Well, more than I would have liked given that we now live in a country where I speak little of the language and have to be ever more cautious about how I use my words. I find having to translate my thoughts into the proper communication based on this new language gives me even more of an opportunity to choose the way I wish to present my thoughts. With all I hav