God give everyone the ability and need to love.
Image posted 4 years ago by Amanda L. (for everyone)
Discussion
  • 3 months ago, julissa P. said,
    cute elephants
  • 8 months ago, Kelly R. said,
    I do, every day.
  • 1 years ago, Jean M. said,
    I love elephants - they remain true friends and supportive family members their entire lives. People could learn important lessons from elephants.
  • 1 years ago, Patrick H. said,
    What a great lessson to learn! Support, nurture and love, all good!
  • 1 years ago, iris D. said,
    Awe...this is what they mean by the best things in life are free! Look at the smile on the elephants faces and sparkle in their eyes as they take advantage of what we humans sometime have to schedule.
  • 1 years ago, Lucy H. said,
    yup
  • 1 years ago, C T. said,
    a beautiful lesson!
  • 1 years ago, Eliza P. said,
    God is always on time....
  • 1 years ago, Jill M. said,
    I'm willing to help when you need assistance
  • 1 years ago, Ramon O. said,
    I'm almost 80. I lost my wife of 58 years a year ago. We had 6 children and 15 grand children. I know they are precious but I fail to win their love. What can I do?
  • 1 years ago, Patrick H. said,
    We must make time to play, to have fun!
  • 1 years ago, vickie L. said,
    Mom is always a right on time!!
  • 1 years ago, Trevor L. said,
    OFTEN
  • 1 years ago, Cathy M. said,
    So playful & carefree! They don't seem to have a care in the world. Not to mention they are so darn cute!!
  • 1 years ago, Siaci R. said,
    "Big and strong and gentle and intelligent, intelligent."
  • 2 years ago, Suzanne A. said,
    love it
  • 2 years ago, Jean M. said,
    Dear Sue Richards, I was thinking of you and wanted to see if I could check in with you. Hope you are well and finding happiness. Please let me know. Blessings my friend.
  • 2 years ago, Teresa J. said,
    Thanks joey Blue. I feel inspired by this image.
  • 2 years ago, joey B. said,
    A little help for who ever is in need. Take a moment or two , support another and yourself
  • 2 years ago, Jean M. said,
    Dear Sue Richards - Thinking of you today and hoping you are well. Please remember that life runs in cycles. When you get to the end of one you find yourself at the beginning of another. I don't know why this all happened to you, but you can choose to begin your new cycle instead of living in the past at the end of the last cycle. Embrace the new and the change. Learn whatever lesson was there in the last cycle and just try to be positive in the new cycle. Good Luck to you and I will hold you in my prayers.
  • 2 years ago, Sumeet S. said,
    Nice on e, god bless you
  • 2 years ago, Sue R. said,
    Thank you Jean Marron-Beebe ... It was a hard year last year I nursed my mum for 3 months till she died in May from cancer then my husband told me in December he was leaving me. Hopefully this year will be happier.
  • 2 years ago, Jean M. said,
    Sue I am sorry - I don't know much about you to try to help, but I will pray for you go on, and to find happiness for yourself. Do not let this grind you down. It's very hard to see light at the end of the tunnel, but it is there if you open yourself to seeing it. It will even wait until you can see it.
  • 2 years ago, Sue R. said,
    My husband has fallen in love with someone else.
  • 2 years ago, Norma W. said,
    Yes, please.
  • 2 years ago, Jean M. said,
    I must become wise. How?
  • 2 years ago, Christophe P. said,
    I will never forget...
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