Friday, August 16, 2013

Ponder

I kill an ant...

And realize my three children

Were watching.

—Shuson Kato

 

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Inspired by and borrowed from Rawforbeauty.com

 

7 comments:

  1. yes.
    yes.
    i saw this post recently.
    it impacted me.
    it touched my soul.

    YOU. bernard needs her red dirt.

    xx

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  2. I think it's a good idea to always live like we're being watched by children...that way we will always do the right thing.

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  3. perfect words.
    Juliette DeBairacli Levy always said that the most important thing to teach children is kindness towards animals.

    how are things in your world, my dear?

    xo

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  4. a picture is truly worth a thousand words! i'm so glad that i grew up playing in the grasses, trees and lakes! i got stung by bees running barefoot in dandelioned fields and picked (stole) gooseberries off neighbor's bushes and relished every innocent moment of my childhood in nature. to this day, i am the same person. loving god's beautiful and bountiful world in color, texture and sounds and soul!

    thanks for this post, my love! we need to be reminded.

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  5. Indeed. Little pitchers don't just have big ears... they have big eyes, too. Children like to mimic our behavior, so we doggone well better be sure we're setting the example we want them to follow.

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  6. Hey N.!!!
    Where have you been???????
    So good to see you here, wild spirit pony, you.
    x

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