The Breath of Life

November 3, 2009 at 10:37 pm Leave a comment

Monday evening we had an excellent, uplifting discussion of Gen. 2.  It was beautiful to read the ERV about God breathed some of his soul into man…that is how Kinga interpreted “breathed the breath of life into man.”  That may be the answer to my question,  “Why does each human seems to have a need to worship some one or thing…and keep seeking until they find God or some thing to worship?”

Babies who are given away,whether at birth or later, often have no peace until they find their birth mother years later.  They lived inside their mother’s womb for 9 months.  They know her heart beat, they know her smell.  There is no one else like their mother. Children go through a grieving process when taken from their mother regardless of what age they are.  I think man’s search for God is something like that because God gives us the breath of life…breathing some of His soul into us. — Anne


The framework for Adolf's roof took some heavy lifting!


How it looked from my balcony


Walking on the roof of Gusti's house looked so easy!


Reality of Living on the Edge -- see his leg dangling in the air? That was the easiest way to nail that board on the bottom edge of the roof.


Friends brought flowers, candle and food to honor Dan on the Day of the Dead






































“Therefore everyone who hears these words of mine and puts them into practice is like a wise man who built his house on the rock.
Matthew 7:23-25

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November 2009

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