Thought for the Day – September 9, 2022

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Succulents are plants that can survive in environments with very little water. They are able to take in water when it is present and store it to use during the dry times. What resources can you accumulate when they are available in order to draw on them in your own physical or spiritual dry times? How can you refresh and replenish your resources when they are getting low?

In your plans for today, will you be drawing on resources you have previously accumulated? Or will you be adding to your resources to have them for the future?


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Barbara Bruneau is a retired Lutheran pastor, living in southeastern Minnesota. Her home is shared with two cats who occasionally make appearances in this blog. She is a knitter, a weaver, and a very occasional blogger at An Explosion of Texture and Color.

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Barbara Bruneau

Barbara Bruneau is an ordained pastor in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. She is semi-retired, having previously served congregations in Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. Barbara enjoys knitting, reading, cooking, and weaving. She shares her home with cats named Abigail and Bijou.

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