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「(Matthew 5:39) But if anyone slaps you on the right cheek, turn to him the other also.」の画像検索結果

「(Matthew 5:39) But if anyone slaps you on the right cheek, turn to him the other also.」の画像検索結果

Manifestation and Surrender... a very tricky line to walk at first.. but then you realise that there is nothing worth manifesting other than what the Divine Presence guides you towards....www.the-angel-within.com

Manifestation and Surrender... a very tricky line to walk at first.. but then you realise that there is nothing worth manifesting other than what the Divine Presence guides you towards....www.the-angel-within.com

We need to look out for each other, especially when these same "good men" are the ones telling us, "I wouldn't do that to you, you shouldn't be complaining about harassment on the streets." Your gut will know a good man; they're real, and they won't ignore your fears about being harassed and stalked by other men.

We need to look out for each other, especially when these same "good men" are the ones telling us, "I wouldn't do that to you, you shouldn't be complaining about harassment on the streets." Your gut will know a good man; they're real, and they won't ignore your fears about being harassed and stalked by other men.

Lou Xiaoying, now 88 and suffering from kidney failure, found and raised more than 30 abandoned babies from the streets of Jinhua, in the eastern Zhejiang province where she made a living by recycling. She and her late husband kept 4 of the children and passed the others on to start new lives. Her youngest son was found in a dustbin by Lou when she was 82. 'I realised if we had strength enough to collect garbage how could we not recycle something as important as human lives,'

China's most incredible mother: Staggering story of the woman who saved 30 abandoned babies after finding them dumped in the street with the trash

Lou Xiaoying, now 88 and suffering from kidney failure, found and raised more than 30 abandoned babies from the streets of Jinhua, in the eastern Zhejiang province where she made a living by recycling. She and her late husband kept 4 of the children and passed the others on to start new lives. Her youngest son was found in a dustbin by Lou when she was 82. 'I realised if we had strength enough to collect garbage how could we not recycle something as important as human lives,'

What holds me together is me. No one saves me. I don't need saving. I am the saver of others. Always have been. Your welcome by the way....

What holds me together is me. No one saves me. I don't need saving. I am the saver of others. Always have been. Your welcome by the way....

[Meet Me...   ] Blessings! I'm Jen from Jersey. I'm married & have a beautiful 2 yr old daughter, 2 dogs & fun lovingly, hard working husband💕They are literally my world. Iam saved by grace, John 3:16🕇I love to shop and as a result from that, I decided to start my own business. This opportunity will allow me to see my baby girl grow and meet new people along the way❤ Feel free to message me with any questions! Meet the Posher Other

[Meet Me... ] Blessings! I'm Jen from Jersey. I'm married & have a beautiful 2 yr old daughter, 2 dogs & fun lovingly, hard working husband💕They are literally my world. Iam saved by grace, John 3:16🕇I love to shop and as a result from that, I decided to start my own business. This opportunity will allow me to see my baby girl grow and meet new people along the way❤ Feel free to message me with any questions! Meet the Posher Other

Made in Ghana, this elegant sculpture features the body of a musician melding with the graceful line of a saxophone. It is carved by hand, by artist Evelyn Kafui Ahainyo, and polished to a sheen. West African motifs adorn the wooden base.  Find this and other items at UNICEF Market, where every supports talented artisans and helps UNICEF save and protect children's lives.

Made in Ghana, this elegant sculpture features the body of a musician melding with the graceful line of a saxophone. It is carved by hand, by artist Evelyn Kafui Ahainyo, and polished to a sheen. West African motifs adorn the wooden base. Find this and other items at UNICEF Market, where every supports talented artisans and helps UNICEF save and protect children's lives.

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