“Far away there in the sunshine are my highest aspirations….”

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Far away, there in the sunshine are my highest aspirations.
I may not reach them,
but I can look up and see their beauty, believe in them,
and try to follow them where they lead.

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Louisa  May Alcott
1832-1888

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A few related images:
Faith in Goodness, Kindness and Love
Everyday Wishes
A Basket Full of Good Wishes
A Heartfelt Wish…the gifts of kindness, appreciation, compassion….
A Summer Full of Good Wishes …a variety of images
Loving Kindness Wishes…”May we all feel….”
A Compassionate Heart
Flying on the Wings of Wisdom and Compassion
Appreciate, Be Grateful….
Gratitude: That everyone you meet today… LouisSchwartzberg
“My religion is kindness“,  DalaiLama
“Be a light in my lantern”…Josh Ritter song
May we help each other out in whatever ways we can….
“With warmth, love and appreciation”

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8 Responses to “Far away there in the sunshine are my highest aspirations….”

  1. oh you did a wondrous job of sharing the beauty of her words here.

  2. sufilight says:

    Wow, this awesome. The photos after the words added magical touch…

  3. There’s a whisper of a heart, just under the sun, in the second photo…inspiration filling and leading the heart.

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