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Compassion International: Precious Gifts

This post from Judith at the Among the Pots and Pans blog is perfect for the holiday season. Note how Judith points out how she uses the poinsettia plant to lift her up in spirit, and how she suggests offering compassionate gifts. Inspiring? Yes!

16 thoughts on “Compassion International: Precious Gifts”

    1. Christy Birmingham

      Yes, nature holds many gifts! And your ability to put that into words was exceptionally done, Judith. It was my pleasure to re-blog your post xx

    1. Christy Birmingham

      Yes, and nature in general has so many benefits for us, if only we are open to seeing it! Thank you, Maria.

  1. Beautiful post and I like Judith´s insights as to the way that plant gives her hope and joy when she feels overwhelmed. Very touching, indeed.
    Best wishes and big hugs, CB :star: Aquileana :P

    1. Christy Birmingham

      Yes, the insights about the plant were lovely! I agree with you on that, Aqui. You should follow Judith’s blog if you’re not already doing so. I send you many hugs and thanks for taking time here today! I hear good things are happening between Argentina and Canada tonight, wink wink :)

    2. Christy Birmingham

      That is great you already follow her site! Now as for AP and CB, it was great fun! Much love! xo

  2. Thank you Christy for this lovely share… Wishing you Joy and a peaceful Christmas full of fun and love as families join together..
    Happy Christmas.. and keep on inspiring us with your own amazing post and poems..
    Hugs Sue xxxx

    1. Christy Birmingham

      Awww, thank you Sue! Judith’s post was very touching for me. Truly kind to read your words and to have you take time here today. Hugs to you for a lovely Christmas too! xx

    1. Christy Birmingham

      Oh Judith, it is my pleasure! Your post resonated with me and I knew it was a great fit for this site. I admire you in many ways, my friend. xx Happy holidays to you too! (and to John too, of course!)

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