Gratitude

Jan Malique is grateful.

Strange Goings On In The Shed

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It may seem that most of my writing is immersed in impenetrable discourses between mysterious and puzzling characters and long forgotten deities. ‘Not at all’ says she with a wry smile. There are pauses between the flow of words that shed welcome light into the garden of the Soul.

At such times I am reminded of very great blessings present in my life.

Not of a material nature, but of people. Of course I cling to material objects like books and cherished gifts from family and friends. They are a part of the story of my life and have shaped who I am and will be. Regardless, the people I know, have briefly met, love and appreciate are the greatest potters who have shaped this vessel.

It is to those people and the ones who strive to make this world a better place for all, I bow my…

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