SOUL SUPPORT: Little insignificant things

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Thoughts, feelings, actions…those little things add up…

A single moment of joy added to dozens of other little moments of joy, can create a joyfilled life.

Little moments of judgment, negativity and fear added to dozens more can create a life filled with judgment, negativity and fear.

One small voice might be insignificant but millions of small voices can be VERY LOUD.

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  1. Susie Kaufman says:

    Strength in numbers is the main event these days. Thank you, dear Deb, for illustrating that for all of us……Blessings, Susie

  2. Robin says:

    Thanks for spending the light in a most wonderful and creative way ????????

  3. Joan Embree says:

    Your talent and goodness know no bounds. What a gift Open Mic is to many of us, as well as your singular art work and books. Love you, Deb!

  4. Sharon True says:

    Thanks, Deb, I needed that!

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