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When even the common thornbush
Is aflame with your glory,
O God our creator,
Who lives and reigns for ever and ever.
Walter Raushenbush´s words inspired me to write my own Thanksgiving Day Prayer. What will his words inspire you to do?
In peace love and gratefulness,
... place, which is busy with a relaxed and happy atmosphere- or maybe that is the company that I keep! Hippies :). I continue my voyage of discovery with food and drink and sample various tortillas, but adding a new ingredient of various sauces which are unique to this town. There are over 10 sauces which create a very unique offering and very different comida to my existing experience of Mexico. I try hibiscus flower sauce, a ...
... br> El principal encanto de Cuernavaca es el clima que se mantiene en aproximadamente 22 grados todo el año, clima primaveral donde en epocas de lluvia llueve de noche refrescando y dando vida a su frondosa vegetacion y sale el sol de dia templandolo suavemente. Esta ciudad ha sido adoptada como lugar de esparcimiento y descanso por casi todos quienes la han conocido, desde emperadores aztecas y conquistadores hasta principes y artistas. Ahi tuvieron sus casas Hernan Cortez (su ...
... or the
grandmother of the village, Dona Jose, who made lunch for us in her home everyday. We hadn’t come as a blessing to these people, the only thing that could help them continue on and better their lives. In fact, the people of Cuentepec had given everything to us. We had worked according to their customs and routines that had served them well for decades. We
learned bits of their dying language, and were inspired by their strict conservation ...
... near the ridge in Las Trojes, a woman was cooking away in her busy little roadside stand. Blue corn tortillas seemed to be standard for the region, yummm. The woman said the top was nearby. And it was! But every 200 meter descent, we would have to climb back up another 50 to 100 meters. Whoopie.....Uhggg....Whoopie! It was through gorgeous forest, but the riding was a lot of work. When were ...