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holy, holy, holy . . .

Your faith helps you to remember that you have the strength of God within you at all times. Faith helps you to remember that you and your situations are Divinely whole and managed by God.

Your faith helps you to remember that you have the strength of God within you at all times. Faith helps you to remember that you and your situations are Divinely whole and managed by God.

"I looked down at my light body. Billions of sparkling, dancing atoms pulsed and glowed with an effervescence that left me breathless. A multitude of colors, textures, and shapes cascaded and intermingled in a celebration of Divine Love. I experienced life with higher senses and felt a joy I had never known before. I am soul; child of the universe, resplendent, perfect, free and complete within myself." ~Sri Gawn Tu Fahr

"I looked down at my light body. Billions of sparkling, dancing atoms pulsed and glowed with an effervescence that left me breathless. A multitude of colors, textures, and shapes cascaded and intermingled in a celebration of Divine Love. I experienced life with higher senses and felt a joy I had never known before. I am soul; child of the universe, resplendent, perfect, free and complete within myself." ~Sri Gawn Tu Fahr

The beauty of Islam there is so much for us to learn, no-one will ever know everything... Islam is perfect muslims are NOT

The beauty of Islam there is so much for us to learn, no-one will ever know everything... Islam is perfect muslims are NOT

This recipe is my own but at the same time a conflation of a couple of Italian Christmas must-haves: the glorious, fruit-studded panettone and crema di mascarpone, which is best described as tiramisu without the Savoiardi biscuit layer, and sometimes with pieces of chocolate stirred through the mascarpone mixture. I have brought in a cassata element, which means I add, along with the chocolate, some crumbled marrons glaces (though any candied or dried fruits could do) and chopped pistachios…

This recipe is my own but at the same time a conflation of a couple of Italian Christmas must-haves: the glorious, fruit-studded panettone and crema di mascarpone, which is best described as tiramisu without the Savoiardi biscuit layer, and sometimes with pieces of chocolate stirred through the mascarpone mixture. I have brought in a cassata element, which means I add, along with the chocolate, some crumbled marrons glaces (though any candied or dried fruits could do) and chopped pistachios…

Unfinished I believe... And if not, He is still good.

Unfinished I believe... And if not, He is still good.

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