Daily Word Prompt

The Great Reset

Inspired to write on this subject from a recent sermon last Sunday.

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Prompted to Show or tell of that darkness and that light, and how one outweighs the other, with that I begin.

Allow me to explain the dark side of a new proposal; a high-profiled group calls for “The Great Reset.” They say all countries must participate in this reset of capitalism.
Readers here surely must have heard this term spoken of more recently since the Covid-19 crisis.
There is an urgent need for global stakeholders to cooperate in simultaneously managing the direct consequences of the COVID-19 crisis, thinking they can improve the world’s state.
We need a RESET for the entire world, but NOT as complicated and dark
as explained by the high-profiled elite.

Now the bright side of the word RESET!
A reset simply put, we need God in our life. God in our schools, the government in the world. That is the brightness of the Great Reset.
The light within the word RESET!

A note to the atheist reading here, this Brightside of the word RESET, does not take away your freedom; you will always have your Godgiven FREEWILL. At the same time, those who believe will have our RIGHT to pray—the best of two worlds. Speaking of the world, I am reminded of a little story told to me as a child.

Imagine this mother trying to find something for her little son to occupy himself while she needed some time alone. She found an image of the world in this magazine and tore it into tiny pieces, then told her son to think of it as a puzzle and put it in order. He did it in a few short seconds. Much to his mother’s astonishment, she said, “how did you do that so fast”?
The boy said, “Oh! on the other side of the picture was a man, and if you get him correct, the world is correct too.”

dVerse, poetry

Words Unknown

Traditional writing and True, my shining moment to remember!

dVerse has given us an opportunity to share your shining moment.  This is mine!

My shining moment was and will always be the moment in time when my son came home after several stays in Afghanistan. He often still speaks of the time he experienced combat — waking up to intruders, and suddenly from one second to the next, face to face with the enemy.
Knowing of this event and waiting for his return. The words expressing how I felt when he came home, are yet unknown to even a Linquist.

One dry, dusty day …
Far away from home! Shots fired!
My Prayer answered.

AlanA