Tuesday, October 30, 2018
Glowing Gazing Globe
I live at the end of a dirt road, and our neighborhood trick-or-treaters long ago aged out of wearing costumes. No one rings my doorbell on Halloween.
I much prefer this glowing globe to turning on the front porch light. It's a bit dim, but still, it's enough light to welcome us home or welcome visitors to the front door.
Welcoming is one form of kindness. We extend a welcome to friends and strangers who aren't that strange, after all. The Buddha greeted everyone as "Friend." I wonder if i could do the same.
Posted by Cheryl Wilfong at 4:00 AM
Labels: candle, daylight, friend, gazing globe, Halloween, kindness, light, lights, pumpkin, stranger, sunset, visitors, welcome
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