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Beauty in a Word


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  • The Spark
    By : Megan Caldecourt On November 1st 2018
    Rating:
    5.0

    I LOVE this exchange. There was hardly any dialog, just your keen perception and her recognition that you were someone that KNEW. Three words were all that were exchanged because that was all that was needed. That is using language with power. One of the things I have come to realize recently is that I celebrate beauty best in a narrow spectrum. That is not wrong in itself, but it is too small. I need to learn how to see and savor the beauty in other facets of God's creation. So, your posts are like the carousel of pictures running by my spirit, and the ones that really sparkle are areas that I will push to develop more.

  • Truth spoken from the spirit
    By : Daphne Kwan On November 1st 2018
    Rating:
    5.0

    I absolutely LOVE this!

  • "A Single Word," and more
    By : Janis Leal On November 1st 2018
    Rating:
    5.0

    And the beauty of that single word just multiplies, and multiplies... in these words in themselves beautifully produced and arranged, excellently communicated, from a beautiful essence who looks and sees, acknowledges and celebrates and shares and so moves me to tears -- not because of this incident itself, or the words used to convey it, but because of the reality of one who actually, truly saw an essence and not just an outward appearance. "Essence is beautiful. Always." For believing that, for seeing that, for appreciating that, for celebrating that, for communicating that, and more: Thank you, thank you, thank you.

  • Musician
    By : Cynthia Harris On November 1st 2018
    Rating:
    5.0

    Beautiful. I love that she didn't feel the need to elaborate, or build herself up, or be apologetic & self-diminishing, or convince you of anything. She knew who she was. And having someone recognize that, as you did, would be immense. An intimate moment with a complete stranger.

  • a single word
    By : Judy Dalton On November 1st 2018
    Rating:
    5.0

    Yes, I love the power of a single word to awaken the soul to engagement in the world around us. When you wrote of her response, I could almost see her face and how radiant it was that you "knew" her and who she was. Very cool.