Tag: selflessness

A Lover Has No Choice

A Lover Has No Choice

“A lover knows only Humility; he has no choice.”   What a profound statement.   I heard it after digging out some chill-out music I’d last listened to more than six months ago.   Is it true, I wonder?   Selflessness. Does true selflessness exist?     A lover knows only humility, he has no …

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You’ll appreciate the sentiment

You’ll appreciate the sentiment

A fellow writer, recently met, sent me the following knowing I’d appreciate it after having learned about my experiences with abandoned babies. A colleague of his sent it to him. “I think you’ll appreciate the sentiment.”   If you have food in your fridge, clothes in your wardrobe, a roof over your head and a …

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A Rush of Warmth

A Rush of Warmth

While cradling the babies, oldest 7-months, at Baby Hope House this morning, I listened to an incredibly emotional story that put everything into perspective for me.   A gogo (grandmother, isiZulu) living in a township, Drummond area, worried when she found out that at least 10 babies and children were being locked up inside the …

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