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Gratitude


#1

Merry Christmas, Happy New Year and may you be graced (Full
Definition of GRACE 1 a : unmerited divine assistance given humans
for their regeneration or sanctification) with Peace and Blessings
next year.

Richard Hart


#2
Merry Christmas, Happy New Year and may you be graced (Full
Definition of GRACE 1 a : unmerited divine assistance given humans
for their regeneration or sanctification) with Peace and Blessings
next year. 

Richard, that’s lovely. Back at cha.

janet alix


#3

Fin the missing alphabet letter in this cute Christmas greeting!
ABCDEFGHIJKMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ…:>) (-waiting all year to write this to
everyone).-

Gerry


#4

…and all the same for you and fellow orchids! cheers and all the
best for 2015.

Audrey


#5

Blessings to you, too!

And there are no stupid questions, right? Just stupid people that
ask those questions, lol.

How in the heck do I login to get a conversation going? I am a
member, but since joining, I haven’t had a reason to ask a question.
Now I have a question, and I don’t know where to go to start an email
thread.

Thanks :slight_smile:

Melinda Martin


#6
How in the heck do I login to get a conversation going? I am a
member, but since joining, I haven't had a reason to ask a
question. 
Now I have a question, and I don't know where to go to start an
email thread. 

The simplest way is to reply to any message and just change the
subject line to a new one, making sure to remove any text of the
previous conversation.

Elliot Nesterman


#7

Gerry,

Would it be the letter L ? And, is the letter d missing in the first
word? Fin could be find.

Happy New Year to all !
MA


#8
And there are no stupid questions, right? Just stupid people that
ask those questions, lol. 

Nope - no stupid people, either, as all questions are welcome!

Now I have a question, and I don't know where to go to start an
email thread. 

You’ve almost answered your own question - you just send an email,
ie, your question, to orchid@ganoksin.com. Once it goes out, your
subject line shows as the “topic.”

Hope it helps!

Cheers,
Becky


#9

I’ve heard the definition of Grace another way…

Grace - Receiving what you did not deserve.
Mercy - Not receiving what you did deserve.

Merry Christmas - Season Greetings to All. And may all have a safe
and prosperous New Year.

Many Thanks to all on Orchid, I meet with you all every morning.

MAK.


#10

Michael,

I think the point is something you receive for your highest good, you
do not have to earn, as opposed to:

“Grace - Receiving what you did not deserve.”

Receiving something greater than we have ever know, experienced, or
imagined.

Ever designed something beyond what you thought you were capable of? I
certainly have. 40 years of watching something emerge from some place
I I do not “know”. I have come to know it will happen, in it’s own
time, rich, juicy, delicious.

Best Regards,
Happy New Year
to all!
Richard Hart