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Comments for Be As One by Susan Bailey: author, speaker and musician http://susanbailey.org Susan Bailey encourages, challenges and inspires readers and listeners aspiring to a deeper spiritual life, one of internal unity, flowing on the river of God's grace, Thu, 06 Oct 2011 11:11:00 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.9.1 Comment on “Food” for thoughtfrom Fr. Leo by Susan Bailey http://susanbailey.org/2010/04/02/food-for-thoughtfrom-fr-leo/comment-page-1/#comment-1737 Thu, 09 Jun 2011 17:57:38 +0000 http://susanbailey.org/?p=158#comment-1737 Yes, that’s fine, thank you!

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Comment on “Food” for thoughtfrom Fr. Leo by Alia Montalbano http://susanbailey.org/2010/04/02/food-for-thoughtfrom-fr-leo/comment-page-1/#comment-1734 Thu, 09 Jun 2011 14:58:35 +0000 http://susanbailey.org/?p=158#comment-1734 I was trying to remember how I found your post – Inspirational Speaker, Singer/Songwriter and Author Susan Bailey » Blog Archive » “Food” for thoughtfrom Fr. Leo – but I don’t remember. I think other people may be interested in reading it too, so I shared this page – http://susanbailey.org/2010/04/02/food-for-thoughtfrom-fr-leo/ – on StumbleUpon. I hope this is alright.

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Comment on The Confusion that is the Book of Job – Reflection on Readings for September 27 by gamal http://susanbailey.org/2010/09/27/the-confusion-that-is-job-reflection-on-readings-for-september-27/comment-page-1/#comment-531 Thu, 10 Mar 2011 04:23:08 +0000 http://susanbailey.org/?p=709#comment-531 if we are good we can always be better. If we are strong we can always be stronger. job was good and strong, I also believe he was wise but he can also use a little more wisdom. Naked i came forth from my mothers womb and naked shall I go back again. The LORD gave and the LORD has taken away blessed be the name of the LORD. If job never suffered would he have ever said this, I think he became a better man than he was, he became wiser than he was, he became stronger than he was. What will not break you can make you…The conversation between God and the devil was simply the devil asking for permission to attack job,because God is in all control. This is a testimony to all that suffer as job did.

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Comment on Daring to dream – inspired by today’s Office of Readings (Oct. 20) by Susan Bailey http://susanbailey.org/2010/10/20/daring-to-dream-inspired-by-todays-office-of-readings-oct-20/comment-page-1/#comment-172 Thu, 21 Oct 2010 14:27:30 +0000 http://susanbailey.org/?p=784#comment-172 As a follow-up, a particular line jumped out at me this morning while reading the Office of Readings (Oct 21) – this from a letter to Proba by Saint Augustine, bishop:

“Therefore, if something happens that we did not pray for, we must have no doubt at all that what God wants is more expedient than what we wanted ourselves.”

While this line is taken out of context (you can read the letter on divineoffice.org – click on Office of Readings and scroll down), it jumped out at me because of a gift I received recently that I didn’t ask for (but had secretly pined for in my heart) – a beautiful classical guitar that my best friend bequeathed to me (we played guitars together in high school). I knew that guitar was not given to me just for my pleasure but to enhance this music ministry. God wants me to learn how to play better and that’s exactly what I’m doing.

My Louisa May Alcott blog has been a tremendous gift, one that I did not ask for. And now I’m beginning to feel a responsibility for that gift. It occurred to me too that the laptop I inherited from our daughter that took only $60 to fix was a gift unasked for that has responsibilities attached to it too!

God’s ways constantly amaze me!

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Comment on Daring to dream – inspired by today’s Office of Readings (Oct. 20) by Susan Bailey http://susanbailey.org/2010/10/20/daring-to-dream-inspired-by-todays-office-of-readings-oct-20/comment-page-1/#comment-171 Thu, 21 Oct 2010 13:51:24 +0000 http://susanbailey.org/?p=784#comment-171 I am incredibly, deeply touched. Thank you!!!

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Comment on Daring to dream – inspired by today’s Office of Readings (Oct. 20) by Mia Ninera http://susanbailey.org/2010/10/20/daring-to-dream-inspired-by-todays-office-of-readings-oct-20/comment-page-1/#comment-168 Thu, 21 Oct 2010 01:39:37 +0000 http://susanbailey.org/?p=784#comment-168 You already are a writer, a gifted one, who’s writings can touch souls. It doesn’t matter how many books, good books, have been written about Louisa May Alcott so far. World needs a fresh one, from your point of view, the way you approach her life and her fiction.

You are already writing it, it’s already happening with your Louisa May Alcott Is My Passion blog writing. Remember how Louisa herself wasn’t optimistic about writing “girls book” :) yet it proved to be a book that reads well even some 140 years later. Because she put her heart into it and that’s what you are doing in your writings about her.

You know how it feels watching professional dancers or better to saynaturally good dancers, as if they don’t really put an effort into it, as if it’s so easy that you could easily do it yourself, but then when you watch yourself in the mirror – nope, you can’t really do it that well, certainly not without effort. Well, that’s how I feel reading your blog posts. It’s captivating, I can’t stop reading it and I’m either nodding my head or realizing what’s my own opinion about it, it’s always thought -provoking and that’s what a good writing is about.

Think of how many people (well, women for sure) would enjoy reading your book in an old fashion form, so that their eyes won’t be too tired from reading it online. Many people don’t even like going through the pictures unless they are printed out and arranged in a real old fashion photo album, not posted on facebook, digital photo frame or stored in any other “virtual reality form.” (My Mom is one of them.) My point is that your writing will reach many more people who would appreciate if it doesn’t require computer to be read.

You’ve done so much for my writing, your friendship is a true God’s blessing and your writing is so beuatiful that I have to say to you the same you said to me after correcting my paper – “nice job, keep it going.” I enlist myself as a strong supporter of the idea of transforming your blog into a book.

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Comment on Mary in the Catechism: The Four Marian Dogmas — part 2 of 3 by autism symptoms http://susanbailey.org/2010/03/31/mary-in-the-catechism-the-four-marian-dogmas-%e2%80%94-part-2-of-3/comment-page-1/#comment-93 Thu, 09 Sep 2010 01:15:43 +0000 http://susanbailey.org/?p=93#comment-93 Wow this is a great resource.. I’m enjoying it.. good article

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