One World. And yet the windows you look out through present a different scene depending upon whether you are in the tropics or at the North Pole. So much variety in One World, and, yet, the World is One. So much variety in each individual person – never two alike – and yet there is One. I do not say only One. I say the Magnificence of One.
I work hard and long. How about you? I don't know how not to work. I come from a hard-working family. Work is my joy. I am so tremendously grateful for the work that is mine to do. I cannot separate the work I do from God. God and doing what I can for Him are my mainstay.
You have to understand that I didn't make Heavenletters™ happen. Heavenletters are something so unexpected that...
What I love most about this Godwriting™ blog are the responses. Do you read the responses? They outdo the blog entries. Your comments take my breath away. Be sure to read the comments to yesterday's blog.
How I love the poetry of the Chinese language. I love that even names are pictures.
It is exciting when a new translating angel arrives on the scene. It is especially exciting to have a magnificent translator to bring Heavenletters out to the population of China in their native language.