Thank you so much, Karen Ingalls for your encouraging words. Only those who have faced a storm will understand the truer and deeper meaning of thoughts expressed through the colours of the rainbow. And let’s face it: there are few souls in this world who would be able to say that.
I reblogged Karen’s thoughts which originally appear in The RRBC PIOELINE this month.
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Author, Karen Ingalls
LIFE IS LIKE A RAINBOW
AFTER A STORM, THERE ARE RAINBOWS
There may not be a pot of gold in the literal sense, but rainbows symbolize opportunities to be healthier, happier, and more complete. In Native American culture some tribes believe the rainbow is a bridge between the spiritual and human world; Buddhists believe the seven colors represent the seven continents. In…
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