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... don't necessarily take things in the way that you meant them, especially across cultures. When we try to show generosity, it can be perceived as foolishness and gullibility.
Pilu says that she loves me. I don't know what that truly means. And I should probably stop analyzing it. But all too often, when I've done something where I was hoping people would see the love of Jesus, they've instead started ...
... you get together people from different sphere's of my life (nursing, church, school, the "old day's"), would they recognize me from each other's descriptions? Now, throw in this missy-nurse thing... For instance, some people lately might describe me as having a beautiful voice. Others in NK might say I was a good pianist. People from Phoenix might talk about my baking... or my naivety. I hope they would all see me ...
... Aunt Rachel was able to come tonight."
I am honored to be allowed to be a part of these folks families. And while a sense of self-preservation tells me to be cautious in committing myself emotionally -- lots of people leave!! -- God gives me the grace to love, and lets me be loved in return.
Thank You, LORD, for MK's. They light up my ...
... told us that yesterday there was no water. At least there was current when we were there, but I would bet good money that they don’t have a generator. I will say it was fairly clean, and the hallways
were surprisingly spacious. But I wanted so badly to… to care for these people! Bed after bed of sick and hurting people, and I KNOW that I know enough to help them. And my heart aches to DO something!!
... amp; Flugzeug" ID badges and pilot shirts got us through security to immigration. That’s when the bills came for landing, immigration, parking, and handling. All were okay except the handling fee, which we have come to realize is generally up for negotiation. In the end, we got them down 60 %25 on the handling fees. All in all it was a friendly process and everyone left smiling. Funny to us were their ...