Verse of the Day:
“You’ve kept track of my every toss and turn
through the sleepless nights,
Each tear entered in your ledger,
each ache written in your book.
God, you did everything you promised,
and I’m thanking you with all my heart.
You pulled me from the brink of death,
my feet from the cliff-edge of doom.
Now I stroll at leisure with God
in the sunlit fields of life.”
~Ps 56: 8, 12-13
Quote of the Day:
“I am not what I ought to be. I am not what I hope to be. But by the grace of God, I am certainly not what I was.”
Excerpt of the Day:
“We have surrendered our handwriting for something more mechanical, less distinctively human, less telling about ourselves and less present in our moments of the highest happiness and the deepest emotion. Ink runs in our veins, and shows the world what we are like. … Handwriting is what registers our individuality, and the mark which our culture has made on us. It has been seen as the unknowing key to our souls and our innermost nature.”
~“Why Handwriting Matters” by Philip Hensher
Currently listening to “Now is the Start” by A Fine Frenzy