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The Great Mystery of Life and Death

By Coach Phatty, published on Jun 18, 2014

I came across this fantastic story on truthbook.com that was a heartwarming and beautiful promise that everyone of us should share. It is my hope that this story touches your heart as much as it did mine.

I was about five months pregnant at the time when I came to know — the kind of knowing that seeps into the marrow of your bones — something of the undivided nature of God.

My husband and I had been through a very soul-seering month or so in which we were told that our daughter could have a devastating congenital disease. We just begun to come to a place of to acceptance of whomever... (more)

Tags: babies, love, life, affection, life and death, god's love, mystery of life and death, two babies

Freedom Never Dies

By Uttam Gill, published on Jul 11, 2012

... and it is humanly impossible, to fight against the demonic beliefs of the world. If that is so, from now onwards, we must stop talking big, let’s not project, what we are not.

Come on guys, look into the potential and enormity of kind gestures, the genuine sympathies of care, love and affection; that can make even lame to walk. So liberally and casually, we are quoting great people words, we are sharing the sacred text of great religious books…we are extending pleasantries; day and night we are talking good, you know why, because, we wish to paint ourselves as great. This farcical ... (more)

Tags: love, life, belief, freedom, kindness, affection, care

Remininiscence of Love

By Uttam Gill, published on Jan 1, 2012

That one gaze makes all the difference. Whereever you are, the magical glance, as it broods over you, simply makes time stand still. You are floored; your heart pounds and you wonder is that love. Yes that’s love, the most sought after feeling to share with. You begin to dance, you are overjoyed and all these feelings orchestrates you’re dancing mood into sheer ecstasy of love.

Nights are spent gazing stars; words are scribbled over the paper and imagination stretches to reach out those gazing eyes. You are possessed. As you close your eyes, the bonds become much stronger and all that... (more)

Tags: love, life, hope, affection

Dylan, My Love

By taking off the mask, published on Sep 7, 2010

Today was my last day being Dylan's nanny. I'd be lying if I said I wasn't going to miss him. We've been through so much during the last 9 months. Dylan was dignosed with autism when he was two and a half, he's seven now.

We met in Israel, by an ice cream store that his mom and I agreed to meet at. I found her ad on a website saying she needed a live in nanny for her baby while she attends school with her other son, Dylan. I got the job on the spot, we just clicked. So every day I'd watch Brady, the baby. As time went on though I grew a strong connection with Dylan. I really never thought... (more)

Tags: israel, autism, family love, affection

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