Closing Thought –
Nov/Dec 16

Learning gratitude is a spiritual, not a social, process. It’s a deeply ingrained aspect of our consciousness, an attitude, a condition that, when learned and practiced, becomes fundamental to our being.”

–Des Moines author and poet James A. Autry in “Choosing Gratitude: Learning to Love the Life You Have” (Smyth & Helwys Books)

Bill Luchsinger and Karen Strohbeen, “Blue Squash,” digital photography. To see more of Luchsinger and Strohbeen’s works, visit moberggallery.com.
Bill Luchsinger and Karen Strohbeen, “Blue Squash,” digital photography. To see more of Luchsinger and Strohbeen’s works, visit moberggallery.com.

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