Daily Prayable: Friendly Aging - Thursday, January 13, 2011
Walk with me, even when my back aches. Remind me of the gift of my good health. Allow me to return the favor, by sharing my time with those in need. It's a blessing to begin my golden years and know I'm never really alone. Thank You for letting me age with my friends, so none of us notices we're getting older.
- Ruth Williams
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This 2011 one of my personal goals as a woman and human is to be spiritually devoted to our Creator. You see, the year 2010 for us was not as religious as expected. We missed lots of masses and I myself even forgot to pray at night.
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Thursday 13th january 2011
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