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Sending Love & Light



Sending love & light
speeding over vast oceans
lifting heavy hearts 



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No love or light sent is ever wasted...

Last of the Clover
rebecca said…
dearest sue,
thank you for your constant courage. for your vigilant heart and the lantern of love you keep burning brightly to lead the way. you are a polestar of comfort and reassurance. today i will choose your light and the symbol of a feather lifting me ever upward,
beside you.
xo
Hazel Ceej said…
Love and light - I would love some sent my way.
Laura said…
so beautiful… two of my friends through blogging lost their husbands in the past 24 hours… spreading love and light is the often the most important thing we can do.
Not even an ocean can stop the flow of love!

Buddha Blinking in Wonder
pieceofpie said…
The wonder of love's flight on a heavenly holy thread
Cat said…
Thank you

Love and Light
Lea said…
Hello sweet Sue! Love this love floating out to where it is needed...nothing, nothing can stop its flow... xo
carol l mckenna said…
Divine haiku Sue and gorgeous photo!

Happy Weekend to you!
artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)
Norma Ruttan said…
I hope today brings some consolation to you. Just think, we have a day solely to honor our loved ones!
Gillena Cox said…
Love AND light such beautiful gifts

Much love...
What a gift for us to come here and find this light burning!

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