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'Inviting Road'
(Archived on Sunday - March - 10/03/2019 )

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  From the archive 10 years ago. The website returns as normal tomorrow Monday

Photo was taken near Millstreet Country Park, Co.Cork (Irl)
This road can only be described as inviting. The snow along the road and all around simply pulls you in to be explored and enjoyed.


Thought on Sunday - March - 10/03/2019

'There must be something strangely sacred in salt. It is in our tears and in the sea.' ~Kahlil Gibran

Salt is something we can't do without. Even during this cold weather it is used on our roads to keep them from icing over. Salt is involved in regulating the water content and balance of our body. Too little of it and we're in trouble and too much also puts us in trouble. It's all about finding the right balance. There are 35 references to salt in our scriptures. It's no surprise that Jesus used it in his teaching. To use something that was so familiar to people was a great starting point. He said we are the salt of the earth. In other words we are crucially important, valued and loved. The main purpose of salt is not just to add taste to food but to bring balance to our bodies. So it is with us. Finding the right balance in all we do is a life long challenge. Many search and long for this balance. Putting our trust and faith in a loving God gives us a great foundation to find and build this balance.

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