via A Pearl from Dietrich Bonhoeffer
David Herbert posted this quote from Dietrich Bonhoeffer in April. Bonhoeffer was executed hours before the end of World War II by the Nazis who held him as a prisoner for about 1.5 years. He is a modern day martyr and opposed the Nazis fromt the time they came to power.
David’s quote is a wonderful insight into how God is not driven by human views, opinions, and ideologies. We each have free choice and will to live in proper ways and to treat the world we live in (we are not separate) with reverence.
Nature, including humans, are gifts given to preserve and conserve in their purest forms.
Of all the pictures I post, this is my favourite. Kathy took the picture as she drove through Glacier National Park in Montana. With the flowers, grass, trees, lake, mountain, snow, clouds, and sky, there is so much of Nature’s in the picture.
Yes, there is something special about this photo.
Thank you Laleh.
Wonderful post and photograph, Ivon…
Thank you Bette.
I remember studying His work,many years ago, for my a levels. Very poignant writing,and he had such an interesting life too.
Yes, it was poignant and a reminder of how to live in difficult times. It was interesting and too short.
Absolutely true. His courage,gives us strength in difficult times.
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