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A longer table, not a taller fence

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#1 July 2017

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Paint your faith

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My trip Milan landed me to a small yet beautiful church called Chiesa di San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore, located at Corso Magenta 15. It was on number #1 of my to do list in Milan. But I went there the second day. I am so thankful, I made the time to go there. The small church was filled with paintings of faith.


Some of my favourites were the beheaded of Paul, the first sin, and Noah. I also took a replica of the last supper since I couldnot get the ticket to see the original painting.

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Christmassy Christmas Season…

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Don’t trust your dream

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…like I never do, except for last night.

It was an unusual sunny day in Copenhagen, last Saturday. I went to second hand shop “loppemarked” in Frederiksberg in the morning and felt drained and exhausted. Stuffing my new owned clothes and cosmetics, I cyckled to my part time job together with my friend. And we decided to have BBQ at Island Brygge after finishing my work. It was such an enjoyable day, but we ended the day almost dried of over heating. Then… I got the dream.

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Christmas aftertaste

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Christmas hope

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Christmas prayers

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Written by vallaura

December 26, 2015 at 12:48 AM

Christmas Greetings!

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Christmas feeling

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“The God-honoring path may mean personal pain, financial sacrifice, or loneliness.” – ODJ. 

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I am feeling lonely lately. I miss a person who always entertains and amuzes me with his stories. Especially in Christmas time, the season brings back sweet memories of stupid stories we had last Christmas. It’s funny how today’s devotion reminds me of loneliness. That it might be just the exact thing that God requires from His daughter. Frankly, it bewilders me. Why would a loving Father asked His daughter to be lonely for His sake? 


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Written by vallaura

December 17, 2015 at 1:03 AM

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