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Abraham Hicks- Foster Parent’s Questions About Family Justice…

Do You Worry About The Well-Being Of Your Blog?

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My WordPress Family Understands Me

When people have been blogging for a while on WordPress, they end up developing a bond with their fellow bloggers — a bond that lasts forever.

WordPress Is A Very Supportive Community

Those who have joined WordPress saw first hand that people responded to their posts when they first started blogging (Provided that their posts were tagged).

Also, if you don’t know something and they have the answer or the solution to your issue, they would happily share it with you.

As I have said on numerous occasions, I blog on both Google Blogger and on WordPress and I have received a higher level of support from my beloved WordPress family.

I Always Keep My Fellow Bloggers In The Loop

Since WordPress is my online family, I keep them updated in the same manner that I would with my own family members at home.

Recently, I told them about my computer issues and that due to the fact that my computer is down, I wouldn’t be in a position to visit all of their blogs and comment on them (For example: my friends, Kenneth, Al and Sindy, to name a few, know that under normal circumstances, I would make the time to visit their blogs; they were made aware of my technical difficulties and they understand what I am going through).

My WordPress Family Are Aware Of The Shortcomings Of My Smartphone

They were also made aware that a smartphone has limitations and it can’t do everything that a computer does (As a matter of fact, those who own smartphones are aware of this).

They Can’t Wait For Me To Be To Be Up And Running

One woman in particular told me that she is going to miss those Abraham-Hicks videos that I were accustomed posting on a daily basis (If my computer was functional, that would have certainly continued).

My WordPress Family Knows That I Always Do My Best

My WordPress family are accustomed to receiving high quality posts from me and not having a working computer has made this challenging; but not impossible.

I also, promise to make it up to them when I am in the possession of a fully functional computer.

The Conclusion

If it was some other blog site, my followers would have probably abandoned me, because they were no longer seeing my regular quota of posts.

However, this isn’t your regular blog site; this is WordPress and my WordPress family understands me; which I am absolutely grateful for.

If you enjoyed this article and you would like to read more posts of this nature, please feel free to follow this blog of mine.

Copyright © 2014 by Renard Moreau. All rights reserved.

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Tablet Or Laptop?

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Currently, I am experiencing some serious computer issues and I am thinking about moving on to a new device.

I am comfortable with the Windows OS and I was contemplating on getting a new laptop that worked with that OS, or a tablet that functioned with the same Windows OS.

However, I am unaware, if a laptop will last longer than a tablet, or vice versa (What I do know is, that tablets basically cost less than laptops).

If you had a choice between the two, what would it be?

Do you think that tablets are worth purchasing? Or, I am better of with a laptop?

One thing I know is: I don’t intend to post on a smartphone forever.

If you enjoyed this article and you would like to read more posts of this nature, please feel free to follow this blog of mine.

Copyright © 2014 by Renard Moreau. All rights reserved.

Although the above material is copyrighted, you are invited to share it with others; it can be reblogged, distributed via social media and added to websites; provided that the article remains unaltered and you do not charge your readers to view them.

I kindly ask that you remember to include the author’s name (Renard Moreau) and a working link to: https://renardmoreau.wordpress.com

A Tough Battle

Once again, my moody computer refuses to stay on whenever I press the Power button.

Recently, it adopted the habit of coming on after numerous tries; however, it is not in the mood to come on today (That really sucks).

Does this mean that I would have to start posting via smartphone from now on?

Luckily, I can post via the WordPress App; so it is not a total loss where posting on this blog site is concerned.

As I have stated in a past post, the Google Blogger App is an absolute waste of time, because it doesn’t format the posts in the way I want it; if I were to do a regular post using the Google Blogger App, it is going to come out with no paragraphs; whoever designed it, did so poorly. So I am afraid that my blog over on Google Blogger is going to suffer severely due to the fact that my computer is down.

A round of applause to the creators of the WordPress App; they really thought things through (Unlike those darn jokers who created the Google Blogger App).

I promise to let you all know when the computer is up and running again.

If you enjoyed this article and you would like to read more posts of this nature, please feel free to follow this blog of mine.

Copyright © 2014 by Renard Moreau. All rights reserved.

Although the above material is copyrighted, you are invited to share it with others; it can be reblogged, distributed via social media and added to websites; provided that the article remains unaltered and you do not charge your readers to view them.

I kindly ask that you remember to include the author’s name (Renard Moreau) and a working link to: http://renardmoreau.wordpress.com

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How Many Of Our Followers Are Genuine?

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I have a strong suspicion that some bloggers are only following others, so the person whom they are following can follow them back (And when this is done, they unfollow them).

Have you ever noticed that certain people would only follow you for a day?

As I have said in a past post, check out the contents of my blog before following me and don’t follow me blindly, or for the sake of following another blogger.

Most people hate being dumped (myself included) and please don’t use me to increase the number of your followers and leave me hanging to the proverbial wind.

I am also aware that there are lot of genuine followers on WordPress; but unfortunately, not all of them are genuine.

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Although the above material is copyrighted, you are invited to share it with others; it can be reblogged, distributed via social media and added to websites; provided that the article remains unaltered and you do not charge your readers to view them.

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No Wrong Turns By Ann Albers

Ann AlbersMy dear friends, we love you so very much,

There are no mistakes dear ones. There are no “wrong turns.” There is no such thing as being truly “lost” or “off the path.” In truth you are always connected to God. You are always loved. You are always guided. The question is not whether or not God loves you, or whether or not we love you. The question is simply, “Do you love yourself enough to slow down and receive what is always there for the taking?”

So when you feel lost, slow down. Breathe. Ask us for assistance and trust what comes to your heart. When you feel you have made what you consider to be a mistake, learn from it, release it, and move on. When you feel disconnected from God, stop. Choose to do something, anything, that helps you focus on love once again. Look a a picture you enjoy. Watch a show that makes you happy. Breathe and feel the air filling your lungs. Love is everywhere.

There are no wrong turns. There are no mistakes. There is never a time you can stray from God. The sun shines behind the clouds even in the worst storms. The love of the creator is there for you no matter what you have done or not done, said or not said, who you have been or not been. Will you receive it? Will you give yourself enough love to connect to the greater love? Dear ones, nothing can disconnect you. Your entire journey here upon the earth is to help you remember and experience this one simple, and yet deeply profound truth.

God Bless You! We love you so very much.
– The Angels

Message From Ann

I’m laughing at the angels’ mention of “No Wrong Turns.” As you read last week, I finally took a big road trip to see the glorious slot canyons in Northern, AZ. One of the things that kept me from doing it so long, in addition to the many other excuses I had, was a subtle fear of getting lost on the highways. I like taking off on my own but in doing that I have no one else with whom to confirm directions. I do not have a cell phone because I don’t need one, and I don’t have a car that talks to give me directions. So when I go anywhere I do things the old fashioned way. I print out maps and memorize the turns.

I was enjoying a beautiful sunrise drive on Route 66 north of Flagstaff, that turned into Highway 89. The pine forests gave way to grassy meadows. In time the highway was bordered by beautiful mountains on the Navajo reservation, and dotted by roadside stands, farm country, and the rare gas stations. I had wonderful songs blasting on my iPod and was deeply enjoying the scenery when I realized that I had driven over 100 miles and the turnoff to Page, AZ was supposed to be at the 82 mile mark. I could not, for the life of me, recall seeing an intersecting highway. I decided to drive farther to the next gas station since I couldn’t remember where the last one had been!

The highway snaked and rolled through beautiful countryside. Red rock mountains in the distance were dotted with white bands of what appeared to be limestone. A mixture of cactus and scrub brush carpeted the landscape. A house here, a church there, and just as I started getting nervous, I found myself crossing a beautiful huge bridge over a sapphire blue River into the entrance to Lee’s Ferry at Glenn Canyon, and the Vermillion Cliffs. I pulled the car over and started laughing! Just last week I had seen the Vermillion Cliffs online and made a mental note that I’d like to visit them “some day.” I had decided that including them into this weekend trip would be too much. Yet, here I was at 8:00am in the morning staring at these treasures!

I drove up to the lone Chevron gas station where the kind clerk informed me I had to drive back 40 miles to get to the turn-off to Page, AZ. Thanking the angels for waking me up early, I realized I’d make it to the canyons just in time to catch the perfect late morning light. In the meanwhile I fueled up the car, snapped some photos and finally turned around to continue to my original destination. No wrong turns indeed!

Of course, as I wrote last week, the trip was breathtaking and beautiful. Nature’s splendor and raw power held me in an awe-inspired embrace the entire time. And even though I drove over 630 miles in two days I was not at all tired. I was overjoyed!

The lessons weren’t over however! On the way home, Zippy, my car angel, reminded me I needed to take the car in for service as soon as I got back. Prior to the trip the car felt like it was wobbling. I had the tires checked and asked the angels if I’d be safe on the road. “Yes you’ll be fine but take me in right after you get back,” my car angel replied! A few days later at the repair shop, I was simultaneously appalled, and delighted to find out that my brakes were shot, my engine and transmission mounts had collapsed (which explained the wobble!), and there were a variety of other things wrong with the car. It was a HUGE repair bill but I have a credit card, thank God, and I was SAFE! Had I known all this before the trip I would have canceled it and missed my opportunity once again to do something I’d always wanted to do. No wrong turns… once again.

So when you think you’ve made a mistake, think again. Maybe you created a great lesson. Maybe you’re giving yourself a new opportunity. Maybe you’re really doing the right thing, but just not what you thought you wanted. Every opportunity is an opportunity to see love. I could have been frustrated with my first wrong turn and ruined my mood and my entire trip. Instead I saw divine synchronicity! I could have freaked out about the car problems and the scary-big bill, but instead I saw the Divine protection that I always pray for, and the grace I was given to enjoy the trip without worry. Every time we do something we think is “wrong” we can turn it around by seeing the love within it.

Try it this week – when you find yourself in a situation where you feel you’ve done or said the “wrong” thing, look for the love. “Seek and ye shall find. Knock and the door will be opened.” Have a blessed week.

Love you all,
Ann

Please feel free to share any of my messages or posts. The only thing I ask is a small note: ©Ann Albers, www.VisionsofHeaven.com

Let’s Talk About Windows

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Here is the link to the latest article on my other blog: Let’s Talk About Windows