Template for a New Year

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I am wishing my readers, friends, and followers here on Enthusiastically, Dawn a Happy New Year. I hope you enjoy my first poetic offering for 2020: Template for a New Year.

May you find all you need in the One who is able to satisfy every need you have this year and always. Amen.

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Hush! He is Near

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Wishing you very Merry Christmas. May this poem I wrote in 2017 bless you from this Christmas Eve 2019 through the New Year 2020!

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Abba, Abba

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Today, I offer you a prayerful poem. Words offered up like breath to Our God from the heart…as we wait, anticipating the joy to come – the hope that is Christmas, and the One who makes all things new, the Eternal Hope Bringer- the Child, that changes everything. Even our hearts. Unto eternity. Amen.

I pray these words bless you today. May they be your own prayer and praise to the One who IS Christmas.

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A Question to Ask on Black Friday Or Any Day

When is Enough Enough?

by Dawn Paoletta



When is enough, enough? 

When your life is stock full of stuff?

When your heart cries, “More!” 

and you run to the store

 seeking what lies behind the door.


When is enough, enough?

When ends meet or are stretched or defined?

Knowing ourselves means facing the truth

and seeking His face and mind.


When is enough, enough?

If less is best will we pass the test

waiting in quiet trust?


We are not defined by the days and times

but by that which we believe-

Contentment comes when we become One

 with our faith, not deceived.

Enough is enough as we give thanks,

and by the world remain unfazed.


 





You See

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“One hundred years from now, who is to say our attitudes in the present day won’t be taken to task?”

Michele Bogart  

 

 

 

You See

 

You see,

saying, “I see clearly.”

 

You see,

passing judgement in time.

 

You see,

so you say,  the sins of others

from long ago days-

 

You see,

and in so saying,

are blind.

 

 

 

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Quote : Columbus Day is a chance to acknowledge a nuanced history in a polarized world

 

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