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Moonlight Becomes Me: Blog Your Blessings Sunday

Moonlight Becomes Me

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Sunday, March 16, 2008

Blog Your Blessings Sunday


Maui has the highest price of gas in the Nation, and the cost of groceries has also skyrocketed here. I'm grateful and blessed that we can still afford to shop for food unlike many Americans who are struggling to get by in these harsh economic times.

We are blessed with trees that bring forth avocado, mango, papaya, and banana in season. Now the avocado season has ended, and the mango season soon will begin. We share our produce with others, and they share with us. This is one way we bless one another.

Whenever we visit friends or they visit us, it's traditional to bring an offering of food--whether it be ripe fruit from our garden or something else. We never show up empty handed, nor do our friends. And this tradition is itself a blessing!


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5 Comments:

Blogger SandyCarlson said...

Good point. We're happy to be able to sustain ourselves though times are getting tougher. We think harder about what we buy and how we use it as well as where we go!

God bless.

March 16, 2008  
Blogger Paulie said...

How true! Not only gas but milk and bread and eggs have skyrocketed here also. It is a blessing to have those trees that provide the produce for your family and others.

March 16, 2008  
Blogger DoubleDeckerBusGuy said...

A great tradition!

...but man, reading the whole blessing... are prices really that bad... and money really that scarce with our neighbours to the South???

March 16, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I second that- however people here always share food!-Gen

March 18, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I know you have recovered from Monday. I am reading a wonderous book by Robert Lloyd titled, The Knowledge that leads to Wholeness. www.robertcharleslloyd.com.I hope you will check it out. Robert,is apart of the Gnosis group I am going to.I am getting so much joy from being with these "lightbeings"they are truly loving . you know how much that means to me.Stay well, light and love,Basha....yes I know you probably won't have this on comments, but I hope you will let me know when you read this book. hugs and purrs.

March 20, 2008  

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