Light A Candle for a Little Fighter


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In many traditions, lighting candles is a sacred action.

It expresses more than words can express.

It has to do with Gratefulness and with Hope & Faith.

From time immemorial, people have lit candles in sacred places. Why should cyberspace not be sacred?

You may want to begin or end your day by the sacred ritual of lighting a candle on this website.

Click on the picture (link) to go to the LFCT Group and take a moment to light a candle for a love one…. or a stranger…

Reflect for a moment on your reason for lighting a candle…

Stay here quietly for a bit before continuing your day….

Take a look through the other candles (click on each separate candle to see the message) and send out some love to those people too….

 

Please remember that each candle only burns for 48 hours, so please continue to return and light more. There is a permanent link to the group on the top righthand side of the blog

 

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Posted on 12 June, 2014, in Blog and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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