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Life is a Revelation…be encouraged

Remember…there for the grace of God go I..
Be encouraged!

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  1. George Vagabon on said:

    Thanks for the reblog…these sad sights are becoming more common….

  2. Is very important be encouraged.

  3. so true………been there, done that, hope not to go back again.

  4. Powerful images. Thank you for sharing.

  5. Very Sad. I know many of them have mental illness that can be treated with medication. They often cycle in and out of psychiatric facilities, and some have just been unlucky in life and have been beat up by circumstances. To all of them I hope and pray that they find peace and comfort – through caring individuals in their communities.

    • Comments like this are the reason we love you…btw how is the house thingie going…still heading west?…not trying to pry…be encouraged!

    • WordsFallFromMyEyes on said:

      I just commented on Stephen’s reblog, & then read this. That’s EXACTLY what I was wondering – mental illness. My blog about me kicking alcohol, http://www.VodkaWasMyMuse.wordpress.com talks about mental illness all the time. It’s rife in my family. RIFE. I see the possible outcomes and I strive to change, because I have capacity to.

      Agreed: God bless these people.

  6. WordsFallFromMyEyes on said:

    Oh Stephen… do you think 100% are alcoholic? Or maybe just, 100% have a mental health issue. Thank God for this warm bed I am now in, cat purring…

  7. livvy1234 on said:

    “All things are connected.
    Whatever befalls the earth befalls the sons of the earth.
    Man did not weave the Web of Life; he is only a strand in it.
    Whatever he does to the web, he does to himself. ”
    Chief Seattle

    If ever there was a time to bring light into the world, it is now.

  8. Children are so innocent. It really is something to think about.. that these people were once children.. somehow they got lost. But it is never to late to change your life around:) God works miracles everyday…:)

  9. Aww this is so sad. I used to always think of people as children, but I haven’t done so in a while. It really makes it easier to be kind and understanding when you think of people like that.

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