Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Trust

(photographer unknown--credit gladly given)
How is this for trust in the world?
Yes, it's Love Thursday and I love puppy tummies.
How can one not be called to the highest good and most protective stewardship when looking upon this trusting vulnerability? This level of trust in the world calls me to a higher good...and it melts my heart.
What are some of the things that call you to be your best self? I'd love to hear.
Wanda Tucker, Coach
PS - For yet another kind of love, check out I love this guy... below.
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7 comments:

sar_girl said...

I would have to say that my family and friends that I love push me to be better. They don't know they do, I just don't want them to see me at my worst.....well sometimes I don't care, we all have those days. My weakness is seeing my children vulnerable and needing me to do something to help or protect them. I guess as my grandparents and parents age it is the same with them. I am sure you know the kind of people I am talking about the people you love the most, who most of the time drive you crazy but they are also the people you would lay down your life for. Also I love people like my rapelling friend Jim who I had the trust in him to let me off the edge of a cliff with my life in his control of the rope. He not only pushed me off the edge of a cliff but pushed me into a new outlook on life!

Crunchy Carpets said...

that is the funniest and cutest thing ever!

How amazing.........

PastorMac's Ann said...

Awww. Look at that.

My children and my husband - for them I want to be the best me I can be, because they love me even when I'm not!

Irene said...

soooooo cute!!!

meredith said...

I love this photo!

Sean said...

Reminds me of my Corgi, Hamlet, when he was a pup. This guy has gray/orange coloring instead of orange coloring but otherwise he's the spitting image. Hamlet is 1 1/2 years old now and still sleeps the same way.

Sean

Wanda Tucker said...

I don't remember my Oliver sleeping that way. He was a sable which is probably what this one is.

I never get tired of looking at this picture.

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