To lose any of those senses - wonders - feelings - let's just say that I'm thankful that I have them all.
I am thankful for the same, Kimberly, and I mourn for those who do not. The quality of our lives is so greatly enhanced by these wonders.
Indeed such wonderful things that we so often take for granted!
Oh wow, isn't this lovely! Do you do the words on photo art yourself, Josie?
I agree that it is lovely, Stella! No, I have not done the words or photo art on these, though I hope to have time to do some in the future. These are all shared from Google and Facebook sources.
As a Catholic, we are very devoted to The Mysteries, of which there are sets of them. Mysteries and wonders make up this world.
Indeed they do, and how much poorer our lives would be without them!
I can't imagine a life without any of these seven. Some of mine are weakening, but I'm going to be thankful for them for as long as I have them and, after than, for having had them as long as I did.Your posts are always so encouraging and thought provoking, Josie. :)Have a blessed day.
Some of mine are also not so strong, Suzanne, my ability to hear without my hearing aids is decreasing every year. The hearing aids then become my blessing and enable me to communicate with others. Not having any of these wonders tends to cause sadness and isolation. I am glad you enjoy my "Thought for the Day" posts, I share the things that are meaningful to me.
Wow, very thought provoking,
I think so too, more amazing than any thing created by mankind.
Oh, you know how much I agree!
We do indeed share kindred hearts and minds, Gail! <3
That is very true.
I believe this also, Ellen.
Oh I am going to save this picture!! Love this one.
I agree, it is an excellent reminder of some of the greatest blessings that we have!
Your comments are always appreciated... they make me smile! :-)