Thank you, Thank you, Thank you, John! I had been thinking of doing this as part of my Lenten Journey to focus on the special people who are touching my life or who have in the past. Somehow it hadn't gotten off the ground. Reading your article, I have renewed impetus. It pulled at my heart strings and I cried and cried knowing that your voice was reminding me of my resolve. Lately, I have only been focusing on the trying, stressful things of my life. It's only been 9 months since my husband died and life is not the same without his presence. This will give me new life and greater joy I am sure. Blessings to you always!
On Aug 24, 2015krzystof sibilla wrote:
The most excelent desire,thank you very much.I cry every day , knowing that without this kind of education our own mother earth is being poisened with massive amount of pesticides to feed her children.To feed ourself with right kind of agriculture could open emploiment oportunity. The most distructive weapon on this planet is a table fork....Ghandi.