A blessing.


The man whispered, "God, speak to me"
And a Meadow Lark Sang,
But, the man did not hear.
So the man yelled, "God, speak to me"
and the thunder rolled across the sky.

But, the man did not listen.

The man looked around and said, "God let me see you."
And a star shined brightly.
But the man did not see.

And, the man shouted, "God show me a miracle."

And, a life was born.
But, the man did not notice.
So, the man cried out in despair,
"Touch me God, and let me know you are here," Whereupon, God reached down and touched the man.
But, the man brushed the butterfly away and walked on...

I found this to be a great reminder that God
is always around us in the little and simple things
that we take for granted ... even in our electronic age ...
so I would like to add one more:

The man cried,
"God, I need your help!"
And an e-mail arrived reaching out
with good news and encouragement.
But, the man deleted it and continued crying ...
Don't miss out on a blessing
because it isn't packaged the way that you expect.

My instructions were to send this to people
that I wanted God to bless and I picked you.
Please pass this to people you want to be blessed.

Expect the unexpected...
Have A Happy Day!


Active member
Hmmm, I think I like that for different reasons.

The man talked about reminds me of every person I've ever met who discount the existance of God, dispite the evidence all around them.

Quite funny actually.



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This is my answer to, "Is there a God?"

It is so easy to give into pain. It is so easy to only see evil and every deffect. Sometimes I feel that the world is rotting before my eyes and I guess I only fail to see all the beauty that surrounds me. Maybe SP is a form of internalizing this tendency of focusing on only the bad.