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Solitude Is Where Community Begins, by Henri Nouwen

FaceBook  On Jun 8, 2021 Phatma wrote:
What helps me recognize the reflection of the ultimate unconditional love in others is the oneness of love from the source that we as souls share...we are each a small particle of the bigger particle...This we are one and the same...if we keep fragmenting...the bigger particle will loss power and beauty!!!
 

The Call, by Oriah Mountain Dreamer

FaceBook  On May 4, 2021 Fatmah wrote:
The one word for me is Healer...we do practice opening our fist clenched...by surrendering to the divine...God made is Total acceptance of what is...
 

Ambiguity Of Violence, by Robert Sapolsky

FaceBook  On Mar 30, 2021 Fatuma Namukasa wrote:
Liz...the wife was absolutely wise in showing a sweet aggression...like she mentioned...this guy must have missed out some sweetness from childhood...definitely the lollipop was a perfect gift!!!
 

Ambiguity Of Violence, by Robert Sapolsky

FaceBook  On Mar 30, 2021 Fatuma Namukasa wrote:
This is a beautiful way of paying back wrong aggression...with that type of sweet aggression...Thank you so much!
 

A Route Back To Wonder, by Fabiana Fondevila

FaceBook  On Jan 29, 2021 Phatma wrote:
The sweetness of toddlers...they cry after crying...they automatically become joyful and exhuberate...the cloud of tears and a little nagging is just at the surface...but deep in the toddlers what you find is joy ...love and tenderness...that gives me strength to retain wonder and refuse to go into cynicism...nature is beautiful...when you allow to look deep into the world...you will never cease to wonder...Thank you so very much Fabiana...this piece is deeply inspiring!...
 

Half A Pomegranate, by Brian Conroy

FaceBook  On Nov 19, 2020 Fatmah Namukasa wrote:
What I learn from this is that...it is not what you offer others that matters...but the love accompanying the gift is the major issue...giving from your heart not from your head... is the essence...and that's what the disheveled lady did... offered her all from her heart...the rest offered lavish gifts but it wasn't their all...not even 1% of their all...I suppose.
 

Preparing For The Extraordinary: An Essential Practice, by Alan Briskin

FaceBook  On Oct 21, 2020 Fatmah wrote:
This is when I was in form eleven...we were preparing for an national exam....and we needed to thoroughly prepare for the exam...but we were so engaged by our teachers...we had little time for our revision...so I started waking up at 3am ...then when my classmates showed interest to do the same...I took it upon myself to wake them every nite for over a month...to do revision together...what culminated was that...we revised systematically in the early hours of the morning...mastering most of the stuff...got relaxed during day since most of the revision was done at night...so we created discussion groups for the little time in the day...and indeed it worked wonders!!!.... when we start for the national exams...we passed with high grades!... Thanks to the night revision (intense preparation)...
 

The Surrender Experiment, by Michael Singer

FaceBook  On Oct 13, 2020 Fatmah wrote:
To me this speaks of no interference as a powerful force in the universe!
 

How Generosity Blossoms Into Meditation, by Sharon Salzberg

FaceBook  On Oct 6, 2020 Fatma wrote:
Incredible wisdom...this truly is a deep realization of what genuine generosity culminates into...I embrace this wisdom with lots of appreciation....
 

To Find Something, Don't Look For It, by Robin Wall Kimmerer

FaceBook  On Oct 6, 2020 Fatma wrote:
Am already a friend afar!
 

To Find Something, Don't Look For It, by Robin Wall Kimmerer

FaceBook  On Oct 6, 2020 Fatma wrote:
Very powerful...it teaches me a skill of attraction rather than efforting...!
 

Happiness Is A Journey, by

FaceBook  On Sep 19, 2020 Fatuma Namukasa wrote:
Woooow... incredible pointers...life is now... when we live mindfully...there is no obstacle ...only experiences on our path... Blessings
 

The River Cannot Go Back, by Kahlil Gibran

FaceBook  On May 26, 2020 Fatuma Namukasa wrote:
From being delivered in this uncertain world...we tremble and fear...that's why we scream when we are delivered...then slowly as reivers...we meander our ways...and become part of the ocean...the world...!!!