Three Day Quote Challenge, Day Two

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I try to organize according to my most basic priorities:

1. God
2. Family
3. Country

Yesterday my quotes focused mainly on relationships, especially relationships with God.

With that my quote for Day Two is

“When the storms of life come, if they come to me personally, to my family or to the world, I want to be strong enough to stand and be a strength to somebody else, be shelter for somebody else.” Anne Graham Lotz

Our family is familiar with storms. We have always weathered them and collected ourselves quickly afterwards. Overcoming seems to be ingrained in us. When my sister first suggested moving to North Texas my first reservations about living in Tornado Alley amused my brother.

We grew up in Southern California during some historical earthquakes. Because we’ve experienced them earthquakes don’t overly concern us. However, since I first saw The Wizard of Oz, and heard the stories from family in the Midwest, the mere thought of tornadoes terrifies me.

In less than two years in North Texas we’ve already witnessed the disastrous effects of tornadoes and severe straight-line winds, this past December 26th being most horrific.

However, we also saw first-hand the people of our neighboring communities banding together in solidarity with the victims of nature’s wrath. Seeing the out pour of care and hands-on assistance to survivors has been tremendous. For all the heartbreak, loss and suffering, I am reassured having seen people standing strong and working with their fellow man.

 

My Day Two Nominees are:

Yecheilyah Ysrayl at Pearls Before Swine (PBS) Blog
Pranjal at Maze Odyssey
Mitch Teemly at The Power of Story

 

Challenge rules:

1. Post three consecutive days.
2. You can pick one or three quotes per day.
3. Challenge three different bloggers per day.

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6 responses to “Three Day Quote Challenge, Day Two

  1. Pingback: Book Lust: Three day Quote Challenge | Maze Odyssey: The diary of an ecophobic

  2. Wonderful quote and beautiful, deep sentiment ☺️

    Like

  3. I like the way you chose a quote that relates to you in a deeper way. Brilliant post!

    Liked by 1 person

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