22 comments on ““Rock, Sand, and Storms”

  1. O, Dee, as I’ve come to expect, you take the stories we all know best and make them new. I’ve known some difficult things in my life, and yet survived them. In fact, I often tell my students, ‘the worst thing to ever happen to you can be the best thing to ever happen to you’. When storms come, that’s when you find out how well your house is built – that’s when you see who dwells within your house. I’ve often wondered to those without faith. When storms come or sorrows rain down, what comfort do they have? When death visits, what comfort is there of another tomorrow? What good is their foundation? I pray for them and grieve the loss they do not even realize. Storms are part of our life, but their existence provides opportunity for us to dig deeper, to know where our faith lies. Thank you always for the light you reflect to us all. ~ Love, Bobbie

    • Oh what profound hope and promise while we breathe and still have life, the words you say, Bobbie, that “the worst thing to ever happen to you can be the best thing to ever happen to you.” Thank you for sharing your wisdom on faith that withstands the storms. Thank you for thesep recious nuggets of gold. Love, Dee

    • Oh what profound hope and promise while we breathe and still have life, the words you say, Bobbie, that “the worst thing to ever happen to you can be the best thing to ever happen to you.” Thank you for sharing your wisdom on faith that withstands the storms. Thank you for thesep recious nuggets of gold. Love, Dee

    • Thank you Eric, and I am deeply amused at what you shared about the people you came across who build houses by first starting with the roof! That demands an altogether unique and separate analogy, apart from building a house upon the sand! LOL! All my best wishes, Dee

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