Sunday, January 10, 2010

Silent Sermon Sunday


"Advice is like snow; the softer it falls, the longer it dwells upon, and the deeper it sinks into, the mind."
~
Samuel Taylor Coleridge


Namaste' Till Next Time,
Holly
This image is the world outside my back window

13 comments:

Diva Kreszl said...

what a beautiful view! and a very thought provoking quote too!

Jules - Big Girl Bombshell said...

Love the sermon! And by the way, stop by my site. I have an award for you, sort of. Missed the boat and the code, but the sentiment is there. The Splash Award for those that inspire!!!!!!!!

Alix said...

Lovely advice. Glorious photo. Frosty and warm all at the same time.

Thank you, Holly.

Sarah said...

Beautiful hon...just love your Sunday sermons!! So very true..a gentle hand and a gentle voice!! I love what I was taught as a teacher..always sandwich a negative between two possitives. IT works in so very many situations!! I like the snow though..wonderful word picture!
Are you dug out yet!!
Have I told you lately how I missed you?? Hugs & Love, Sarah

Marisa @ Getting Back To Basics said...

Love the quote and it is so true. You can accomplish more with a gentle and calm attitude your backyard view is beautiful.

Joanna Jenkins said...

Perfect quote for a woman whose advice I cherish.

Hope your neck of the world is warming up!

xo

Big Pissy said...

Beautiful picture, wonderful advice.

xo
~Pissy

Tabitha@ichoosebliss said...

I love your sermons and I'm honored to read them each week. Even when time does not permit me to leave a comment I am here. Hugs

gayle said...

Beautiful view!!

cinner said...

Beautiful view and a wonderful quote Holly. take care. Congratulations on your Splash Award. Have a fab day.

miss*R said...

the world outside your back window.. wow.... something that I can only dream of... even if we get snow, which is very rare.. it is light and only lasts a moment..

perfect 'sermon' too xo

Life With Dogs said...

I tried taking advice once. It didn't agree with me. ;)

Cygnus MacLlyr said...

Pretty, picture, Lady Holly...

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