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June 17th, 2012

Fathers Day Poems From Kids

Fathers Day poems from Kids

A Little Girl Needs Daddy

A little girl needs Daddy
For many, many things:
Like holding her high off the ground
Where the sunlight sings!
Like being the deep music
That tells her all is right
When she awakens frantic with
The terrors of the night.
Like being the great mountain
That rises in her heart
And shows her how she might get home
When all else falls apart.
Like giving her the love
That is her sea and air,
So diving deep or soaring high
She’ll always find him there.

A Father Is

There in every memory
See his love and care
Strength and hands to count on
Freely he does share
Provider, toil so faithfully
To make our dreams come true
Give strong and tender discipline
Though it is hard to do
A Father is God’s chosen one
To lead the family
And point it to His will for life
Of love and harmony…
– – – by Sue Skeen

Thank your dad for what you are today

O thank your dad for what you are today!
In life, a pivotal role, he does play;
‘His contribution is priceless, ‘ let’s say;
Like mother, father gives bliss anyway!

A father’s place, no person else can take;
A father’s love is of a special make;
He toils unceasingly for family’s sake;
He tells the members what is called as fake!

A fatherless child becomes unruly;
A child with father lives so casually;
With father gone, life can turn cruelly;
A father gives all, joy in family!

Respect your father for his weighs in gold;
He teaches you to be righteous and bold;
He is a fountain of wisdom when old;
His sacrifices most, remain untold!

So, wish your father on this special day;
Do greet him, hug him, kiss him anyway;
A father means a lot in life some way;
Return his love is some form, come what may!
– – – by Dr John Celes

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April 3rd, 2012

Children : Jesus’ Little Wonders

Jesus Little Wonders

Yes, children indeed are Jesus’ little angelic wonders.

There are so many, many things I have learnt from them. My son, from his birth till date has taught me so many things in his own, sweet, innocent way. As time goes by, he seems to be becoming my role model. After much discussion, did we decide to name him Noel, which when I think of it now, is so very apt for him. ‘Noel’ means ‘the birth of Jesus’ and I feel he is indeed, our little infant Jesus come to us, to guide and love us the very small funny things to the much more important decisions – his outlook and our outlook are so very different.

I have struck dumb by some of his beautiful words, actions, expressions and advice. I wonder, then, why I didn’t think of it before or why I didn’t think that way. When I teach him, sometimes he becomes naughty. I scold him. He told me, calmly, to be nice to him and he’d listen. His words, most often, are reminders, path-breakers to me. If not Jesus’ wonders, then what else are they?

Today, when I went to Church, brother was telling the elder children coming for catechism to emulate their younger friends, who come to Church, not on time. These young blooming buds are little angels – in their innocence. Sometimes, when I listen to his small-talk and chatter, I wonder, where I am going in this rush of living. You know, I have felt, firsthand how much easier it is to be nice, innocent, straight forward, simple, humble and naïve than be shrewd, cunning, sly, calculating, opportunistic and proud. It’s so much easier on your physical, mental spiritual and psychological well-being.

What can be a better stress-buster than being innocent as a child. We should learn from our children. They have not lost that heavenly link, with which they are born, as yet. Then, why do we lose it on our ongoing journey of life, in adulthood. Children keep you grounded, reminding you that this rush is meaningless. From what I have understood, I feel, they say that be happy in life and give peace and love to each other.

Helen Keller has written that if she was granted eyesight for three days, on the first day, itself, she would like to see the eager and innocent face of a baby, that which precedes the conflicts of later life. So, it could be the conflicts of life which make us so in adulthood, could be our excuse. Jawaharlal Nehru loved children. His birthday is celebrated as children’s Day.

We cannot deny a child’s innocent smile. We love to play with children, talk to them, love them. Being in the company of children is the biggest joy in life, Why? Because they are the Lord’s chosen ones – the ones closest to His heart and when they are born, they impart that divine Godliness to us. I have decided to see my boy as my guide and anchor rather that emulate all the celebrities of the world because through him I see the Lord, speaking to me.

– – – written by Elizabeth Roy

January 17th, 2012

Book : I Just Can’t Take It Anymore

I Just Can’t Take It Anymore

Even though we’re not living through the Great Depression, it sure feels like it, doesn’t it? The headlines are depressing. The economy stinks. Businesses are closing. Families are losing their homes. Things are a mess in Washington.

If you’re like me, I’m sure you know someone who is having a really rough time right now. Someone who has lost his job. Someone who has been dealing with a serious illness in her family. Someone who has lost a loved one. Someone who is battling cancer. Someone who has a teenage child that’s bringing strife to the family. Someone who has a tyrannical boss. Someone who is feeling alone and depressed.

Life is a challenge and can very often be quite overwhelming. We all know people who are suffering. Family members. Loved ones. Friends. Neighbors. Co-workers. Fellow church goers.

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could bring a little joy into their life and put a smile on their face?

Well, I would like to try to help. My name is Anthony DeStefano. You may have heard of me because I’ve written a few books, two of them for children: Little Star and This Little Prayer of Mine. And several for adults: A Travel Guide to Heaven, Ten Prayers God Always Says Yes To, and The Invisible World.

I’m not new to suffering. Over the years I’ve dealt with a lot of it. Especially family illnesses. Without going into any details, I can only say that it’s been a rough few years for me. During that time, I’ve done my best to cheer up the people closest to me. Sometimes I’ve been successful, and sometimes not. But through it all, I kept remembering that old saying: “A picture is worth a thousand words.”

So I stopped talking and put together a little book filled with adorable pictures of children reacting to all that life has to throw at them. Then I came up with some captions which I thought seemed light and inspirational, but at the same time had a deeper message—a message of spiritual consolation—and I gave the book to some of my family and friends who were hurting.

I’m happy to say that the reaction I got was always the same. Slowly, as they turned the pages, I noticed that they began to grin. By the time they turned to the last page of the book, looked at the last picture, and read the last caption, that tiny grin had become a big smile. And the look on their faces told me that, if only for a moment, they’d been able to put their troubles behind them and allow these children to remind them of just how beautiful life truly is and how much God loves them and cares for them.

It was then that I realized that I had to share this little book with others who are feeling down and need a quick spiritual pick-me-up. Well, the book is called I Just Can’t Take It Anymore! and it is being published by Harvest House Press in just a few weeks!

Can a small, slim book change your life? This one can! Pairing hilarious photos of children with beautifully simple words, I Just Can’t Take it Anymore will cheer up even the most discouraged people. In a lighthearted yet profound way, Anthony DeStefano, author of the bestseller, A Travel Guide to Heaven, conveys the essence of the JudeoChristian teaching on suffering, all the while making readers laugh out loud and sigh “Aww.”

At once straightforward and funny and yet deeply moving, the book depicts challenges we all face: “Messy” lives, feelings of loss, abandonment, frustration, and despair. Then, step by step, DeStefano gently nudges readers into seeing the whole picture—life with all its beauties, joys, challenges and pleasures.

“Sometimes people just need to be reminded that there are always things to be grateful for. No one ever has to suffer alone,” said DeStefano, a best-selling author whose previous books include Ten Prayers God Always Says Yes To, The Invisible World, and two award-winning children’s
books, This Little Prayer of Mine and Little Star.

If you think you know someone who might be able to benefit from this book, or if you, yourself, would like to read it, please goto book order page to pre-order the book from Amazon.com. Thank you very much!

– – – written by Anthony DeStefano

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