Kelly shared this quote with me recently and I wanted to share it here.

“You never know how strong you are until being strong is the only choice you have.”


4 thoughts on “Strength

  1. Hello again. Beautiful quote and flower. What’t the name of the flower, if I may ask?
    My interests and writings has come to revolve around the plant kingdom a lot lately, and I find myself almost too curious whenever I see an unfamiliar tree or flower – there are just so many, each to be appreciated in its own way.

    This is again somewhat of a coincidence, or maybe I’m just inclined to believe that there is more to things than what meets the eye. As I was working on expanding my article the other night, having just read a post by dr. Dahlquist about the benefits coconut oil and how it relates to the prevention of Alzheimer’s disease, the song “Euchari” by swedish folkmusic band Garmarna appeared in my playlist. (I like to listen to music while I read and write). This made me think of you and your blog, as I remember noticing some of your christian-oriented and inspiring posts previously. The song that I mentioned uses the chorus from an old christian chant, written I believe by the german abbess and saint Hildegard von Bingen. This happens to bring up special memories for me, as I was listening to this very song the first time I became familiar with Ayahuasca (I posted a you a link to my article about this subject some time ago). Having read a little further about Hildegard von Bingen, I noticed that she studied, among other things, the path of natural medicine, and that she also seemed to be a firm believer in diet as being a part of overcoming disease. I’m not familiar with the details, but I thought this was interesting, and significant or not it made me return to your blog.

    Forgive me for ranting, I shouldn’t expect a stranger wanting to hear little stories from my past, but so many times in life we have the oppurtunity to share our thoughts with other people, but choose not to.

    Bless you and your family, I wish you all a great day.
    Regards from Daniel, Sweden.

  2. This gives me a whole new prospective on the challenges that the Lord gives us daily! Thank you for this sentiment! It does mean a lot to me especially at this juncture in my life. Much love, hugs, and prayers to you Rosemary!

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