Month: May 2021

How Well Does God Like You?

Sunday sermon 5.30.21

What a weird question to ask right? He doesn’t play favorites, and like someone over another, does He? I thought He shows no favoritism and wasn’t a respecter of persons.

What the heck??

Did it get you thinking, I hope so?

Look how this Psalm begins-

“How well God must like you- “

Psalm 1:1 The Message

THAT got me thinking too!

My first thought, “Does He like me?”, followed quickly by “WAIT! he doesn’t play favorites. But does He like me?”

This whole psalm and its opening statement reminds me so much of my relationship with my son, and really any parent with their child.

As parents, we love our children, no doubt, unconditionally, in every circumstance, right? We love them period and nothing will change that unquestionable, locked in fact.

There are times, however, when we are busting our buttons PROUD of them. Something they did, said, acted on, became, earned, or decided lit us up a with smile ear to ear, head shaking, teary eyes joy, peace, pride and satisfaction. Deeply sighing, “Yes, that’s my son!” We don’t love them more, we are just so darn proud of them!

I remember as my son was growing up and going out with friends or to activities, my parting words to him were always, “Be wise.” In those two words I was asking him to think things through and make good decisions in everything he was going to do.

I knew the importance of every little decision he was going to make that night, and I wanted him to be wise and think ahead, consider the consequences and be a wise young man, not a foolish young man.

It was his decisions that made me proud then and to this day. I don’t love him more or less for his decisions, but goodness, how proud I am of him when he stands strong with wise decisions. Proud Momma, for sure!

Psalm 1 is that kind of moment. That moment when God says, “Be wise” to us, his kid, and then reveals his pride in us when we make good decisions and are wise.

Let’s look at the entire text of Psalm 1-

“ How well God must like you- you don’t hang out at Sin Saloon, you don’t slink along Dead-End Road, you don’t go to Smart Mouth College.

Instead you thrill to God’s Word… you are a tree planted that bears fruit every month…never dropping a leaf, always in blossom.”

Psalm 1:1 The Message paraphrase

Other translations put it differently but what remains common is that here we see three things to NOT do (to be wise and receive God’s “pride”), and three things To Do ( to be wise and receive God’s “pride”).

Three things God is proud of us for NOT doing:

  1. Not hanging out at Sin Saloon- other translations say not walking with sinners or in step with sinners. When we decide to not walk in step with or agree with the ungodly influences in this world- GOD IS PROUD.
  2. Don’t slink along Dead-End Road- others say: share the sinners way or stand in the way that sinners take. GOD IS PROUD of you when you choose to keep out of the way of dead end conversations and life styles.
  3. Don’t go to Smart Mouth College- other ways of saying it are- sit in the company of mockers. Spending our time sitting and chiming in with what mockers & scorners are chirping about does NOT MAKE GOD PROUD.

He doesn’t love us any more or less, we are His kids and He always, unconditionally loves us. But when we make these three wise choices He is busting His buttons proud of us!

Furthermore, there are three choices that we can make by what we DO that also make Him proud of us.

Instead we:

  1. Thrill to God’s Word. We take time and pleasure reading His Word- the Bible. We think about it, we savior it, we seek to understand it and love it. This makes God Very PROUD of us.
  2. Are planted, standing firm, like a tree in His ways and His Word. Nothing blowing us over or uprooting us, we are strongly planted and nourished by God, just like a tree. We even produce healthy fruit every month for others to enjoy.
  3. Are always in blossom, never wilting, dry or barren. We are healthy spiritually and produce evidence that nourishes others.

You see, God gets super proud of you when you choose these things. Three to do and three to not do.

The choice is always ours. Walk with those people and do that, sit there and participate in that, go that way….

Actually spend time reading the Bible, think about it, mull it over, stand firmly on those principles of the Word, yield to the growing process of that Word in and through us with evidence being produced from us .

Make God proud of your wise choices.

Making these six wise choices will not necessarily cause God to like you more, cuz He already loves you like crazy. But making these six wise choices will cause Him to smile on you with even more joy and favor and “pride”.

Look at these six again- what choices can you make that will make God even more proud of you, today?

Go with God.


Your Worldview

The Joshua Files Podcast 5.28.21

I am very anxious to talk about world views on this Friday’s podcast and for you to consider your world view with its implications.

This principle is so valuable in our lives. Please listen in when you can, and let me know what your think

Thank you for your continued time and support.



Twinkle, Twinkle lil’ Star

Have you looked up into the dark, night sky lately, and viewed the vastness of space with it’s sprinkling of twinkling stars and bright objects?

Our nearest star- Proxima Centauri, whose light we see at night, that very light left the star 4 years and 3 months ago! It is so far away, we are actually looking at what shined 4 plus years ago.

Even the light from our sun, the solar in our system, takes 8 minutes to reach us. And that sun is so big it comprises 99% of our systems mass! Geesh! Think of that. Earth, the other 8 planets, the space and mass of other stars only equal 1% of The Solar System’s mass. Incredible!

Model of the sun and planets size

The twinkling of the lights that we see are amazing, the reality of what lies beyond our galaxy is unbelievable, and the sheer enormity of the “observable” or “known” universe is mind boggling!

Milky Way Galaxy

And yet, humans on this “Pale Blue Dot” think that they are supreme. It’s actually laughable.

The size of the universe, between Earth and the edge of the universe is estimated to be 46 billion light years, and in diameter 93 billion light years.

Consider this.

You live on Earth, Earth belongs to the Solar System, which is a part of the Interstellar Neighborhood and that belongs to the Milky Way Galaxy. That part we understand well.

Our galaxy is one of about 200 billion galaxies and belongs to the Local Galactic Group of galaxies. Then that group belongs to the Virgo Supercluster, which belongs to the Local Super cluster as the final piece of the Observable Universe.

It looks like this.

Twinkle, twinkle lil Star?? There is nothing little about the star(s). Nothing. Including measuring distances. Even a new measurement needs to be used- a light year.

The Eye of God Nebula, The Eagle, The Great Nothing, Bootes Void and Standard Candles are all identifiable objects in our “observable universe” and millions of light years away. Their size is incomprehensible, their brightness mind blowing.

Yet, in this vast unknown of immeasurable and silent space sits our planet, with you upon it.

And in it, you and I have been charged to “let your light shine”. The creator of all light, who spoke light to our pale blue dot, passed that light on to us and told us to shine in the darkness.

So I remind you- twinkle, twinkle YOU little star.



Does Anyone Even Notice What I’m Doing?

Sunday Sermon 5.22.21

When was the last time you thought that? Whenever it was, I’m here to tell you, you are in good company.

It was a thriving metropolis, with a large busy harbor, deep shoreline, and successful trade with the nations around it. It’s population was growing quickly with many kinds of immigrants.

It had been established as the capital city with all major thoroughfares passing closely by it. Having flourished for centuries, things were changing now.

The Governors were taking the wealth of the people, siphoning it off into their own pet programs. Rising within the culture was strong opposition to God and growing hostilities toward believers.

Laws were enacted to keep them from speaking and riots broke out more than once decrying “injustices”.

Secular values, seductive images, sexual pleasures, and material wealth were exalted over a holy life of Christian values.

A believer was even dragged out of his house and charged with “causing trouble all over the world”. Opposition was fierce because they were defying Caesar’s decrees.

This is the precise description of Thessaloniki, 51 AD

History does repeat itself, doesn’t it?

Believers were having to find their way through an immoral culture and I’m sure were asking, “Does anyone even notice what I’m doing?” (Besides the bad mouthed “Karen’s”)

Well, someone did notice.

In Paul’s first letter to the Thessalonians (yes, they lived in Thessaloniki, in 51 AD), he says this,

“We remember before our God and Father your work produced by faith, your labor prompted by love, and your endurance inspired by hope in our Lord Jesus Christ.”

1 Thessalonians 1:3

Paul and Silas noticed what they were living through and contending with. Things got so hot in the city when they were there that a riot broke out by a mob of bad characters who rushed into Jason’s house (whoever he is) and dragged him and others before the city officials. (Acts 17)

He was a believer. So were the others who were charged and released, and all of it because Paul and Silas believed and preached the good news.

Paul noticed all the suffering and accusations, the harassment, opposition and wrong decrees. Paul noticed the secular filth bombarding the believers. Paul was fully aware of what the Governors were doing and how society was changing.

And so he commended the Thessalonians, validated them and encouraged them. Look at his words again- there are 3 things that he remembers and recognizes in them. Their:

  1. Work produced by faith
  2. Labor prompted by love
  3. Endurance inspired by hope

Notice closely.

He recognized their work. That is all the things that they were doing. Job, home, family, social circles, all of it. And notice too, he validated the faith that it took to do everything they were doing.

It is possible to work, and do things without faith. They were commended for working through it all with faith!

He remembers their labor. Labor is different from work, it involves pain. Think of the labor and delivery of a baby. It’s work for sure, but the labor is the painful part.

Notice too, Paul points out that their painful labor was prompted by love. Again, like a couple, who prompted by love, choose to have a child and the painful labor that accompanies it.

Paul remembers and notices their painful times but also that love is the driving forces in their life.

Lastly, Paul encourages them by mentioning their endurance. Realizing that they have stood through all kinds of opposition, ungodliness, secular ideas, sexual perversions and societal changes, and they have done so because of their hope in something bigger and better and more lasting!

Paul remembered them. Paul noticed them and because he did, his words written for their encouragement in 51 AD, stand as words of encouragement for us in 2021 AD

Paul would remind you, that not only does he notice what you are doing, so does our Heavenly Father, His beloved Son, Jesus and the always present Comforter- the Holy Spirit.

He would remind you that your work, your labor and your endurance has not been lost in the realm of the Spirit.

He would remind you that your faith, hope and love will stand for all eternity, just as he did when he wrote:

“And now these three remain: faith, hope and love….”

1 Corinthians 13:13

So again, I repeat, you are in good company if you have ever wondered if what you’re doing is even noticed.

It is.

Go with God,


Finishing Strong

Last week I received these two pictures from my son, showing off his completion of the Hawaii Hapalua Half Marathon.

What a proud moment for him and then of course for me! He was a finisher of running 13.5 miles, and a strong finisher at that.

Congratulations again, Karrington. What an amazing accomplishment.

Of course, it got me thinking about the importance of not just finishing what we start, but finishing strong.

We are nearing the end of a tremendously challenging school year. Some have already finished and I hope have finished strong.

As a retired educator, helping kids to finish strong was always a challenge. Drained engines, run down batteries, and fighting off those thoughts of summer were a constant hurdle, and not just in the students. The staff and faculty dealt with it too- finishing strong was our war cry!

For my husband and I, we have recently faced this as well. Together we had accepted a task, and were running our race toward the finish line. Knowing the finish line was in sight, we continued to choose to perform our job with all our strength, energy, passion and wisdom that we started with.

We were challenged, as I’m sure Karrington was in his race to compromise or let up, or maybe even quit early. But we didn’t. It was important for our end, finish line moment to be strong and one that revealed our best effort and was one we could be proud of.

Finishing strong is a sign of commitment, integrity, and excellence. It’s about choice. How we choose to perform a job or task.

We each have many opportunities to choose how we finish, or IF we finish at all. Finishing is very important. Finishing strong reveals who you really are on the inside.

I don’t know where you’re at… which list needs completing or what task is yet unfinished. But your brain wants you to finish it, and your continued well being depends on it.

Let your brain celebrate you with it’s dopamine burst as you set out to finish strong.

Cheers to you.


Back to 1

Sunday Sermon 5.15.21

When our son was working in the entertainment industry, there was a phrase that we heard often, learned it’s meaning, and have ourselves implemented on many occasions. It is –

“Back to 1”

At the end of a scene or run through of a section, the director would call out, “Back to 1”. Everyone would then move and return to the start of that scene, their original positions. They would return to their first and beginning spot by readjusting everything to where it all started. People, costumes, props, equipment, lights, sound, crew – it all returned to 1, the original start spot (of that scene). Lines, marks, and brains all had to return to 1.

As I consider this, I realize that most, if not all of us could benefit from this practice.

What is our 1? Why do we need to return to it?

In the many scenes of our life, we find ourselves spending our energies, ideas, words, and feelings on those we love or things we love. We give, do, help, and speak almost constantly. And then, eventually, we notice our speech, feelings, attitudes and maybe even our actions are not filled with love.

Note taken, but we still continue with all we are doing, because after all, it still has to be done, and who’s gonna do it?

That is why, we need to go back to 1. That is why we must return to love.

Number 1 is love, and in this context I do mean love of God.

You see, I am a better wife, when I am loving God. I am a better mom, the more I love God. I am a better sister, when I am closer to God. I am a better friend as I have talked with God.

As I love God and fill up with His love, this enables me to step into each scene in my life fully equipped to pour out what He has poured into me.

When I go back to 1, back to God and His love for me, back to talking with Him in prayer, and in His presence, then I can do the things that I need to with love and motivated by love – not obligation.

Years ago, I was reading my bible and was in Matthew 22, I was reminded of what Jesus said about this when He said the number 1 thing in life is to:

“Love God…….and love others as yourself.”

Matthew 22:37-39

I was so impressed with that challenge, that I drew a target in my bible over those verses to remind me that this was my focus, this was my target in life and this was my number 1.

Back to 1 is returning to the greatest commandment, returning to what is most important, and checking our love. How is our passion for God? How are we doing with talking to Him, hearing from Him and receiving His life changing love in our life?

The way we face everything and everyone in our life will be based on our number 1 relationship – with God. All other relationships flow from our relationship with Him. If we are filled up with God and His love and ways, that will flow from us. If we are empty of God’s love, so too will be our relationships and responsibilities.

Look at the full text of what Jesus answered, when he was asked, what is most important –

“Jesus replied, Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it, Love your neighbor as yourself. All the law and the prophets hang on these two commandments.”

Matthew 22:37-40

What you do is important. Who you are helping is important. The job you are doing is important. But what is MOST important is loving God. Your love for and relationship with God is number 1. Is it your focus, your target, and your priority?

The Apostle Paul told us this about love,

“If I speak…. and don’t have love… I am a gong, … if I have understanding…. and don’t have love…I am nothing… if I give all …. and do not have love, I gain nothing. These three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.”

1 Corinthians13′:1-3;13

Matthew mentions in the last days –

“Because of the increase of wickedness, the love of most will grow cold”

Matthew 24:12

In the end of the New Testament age, John the revelator, saw a church in Laodicea and said this to it:

“I know your deeds, that you are neither cold nor hot. I wish that you were either one or the other! So because you are lukewarm – neither hot nor cold – I am about to spit you out of my mouth.”

Revelation 3:15-16

Perhaps Matthew and John were seeing into these days, into our lives. Seeing times when love grows cold, when it no longer offers refreshing. Seeing times when love is hot, full of passion, healing and health.

The picture in John’s revelation of the lukewarm being spit out of the mouth, is an Aramaic idiom that means, “I am about to give you my mouth.” Or, we would say, I’m gonna give you a piece of my mind. I’m gonna say a few things. In other words, God has a few things to say to the lukewarm, He’s about to give them a piece of His mind.

Going back to 1 involves checking our “love for God temperature.” Hot- passionate for Him? Cold – offering the refreshment to others that He gives us? Or cold, in the way Matthew put it, Cold- towards God and the things of God. Cold – overcome by things that have put our love for God out.

Our love for God is our number 1. Love is the most important thing in all we do. Love is the motivation and motor for what we do. Love will sustain us in the long and tiring deeds of the day. Love, love, love.

I hear the Director calling, “Back to 1!”

Go with God,


Your Core Values

The Joshua Files Podcast 5.14.21

Building your life on core values, choosing to live by them and make decisions based on them is challenging, but you will find the greatest fulfillment, pride and happiness doing so.

Click on this Friday’s episode of my podcast to hear some important truth.

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You Are What You Breathe

Walking through the supermarket I wasn’t even aware what was happening. The same thing happened when I was sitting down with the family this weekend and again when I was at work, in that smoke filled room.

Without even my awareness or effort, the most important thing that I do was being done.

I was breathing!

16 breaths a minute totaling 13 pints of air every minute,17,280 breaths a day, 5,000 gallons of air every 24 hours and exhaling 17.5 mL of water each hour. My lungs were doing their life sustaining job, keeping me alive, and naturally expelling toxins that would harm me.

My lungs!

Those amazing, spongy organs on either side of my chest, were processing that air and filtering it through my body. The two bronchi, the 300 million alveoli in each lung, the layer of fluid surrounding each lung (the pleura), and the bronchioles, all preform their duties each and every day with little notice or fanfare. Yet, without them, we would cease to exist. (Although, our human design is so wonderfully planned that we could survive and thrive with just one functioning lung.)

We think of our lungs as being like balloons, filling up with air and releasing it. In fact, that is true. But if you were to open up those spongy balloons, and lay them flat and measure the surface area, you would find them to be as large as a tennis court. The total length of the airways running through them is 1,500 miles!

Your lungs are one of the largest organs in your body. Oh… and they are the only organs in your body that float! But I digress…

It is interesting to note that 70% of the waste in our body is eliminated through our lungs. (again, who knew?)

Which brings us to our title – you are what you breathe.

We breathe in air pollution, smoke, and other toxins that damage our lungs. COPD, Emphysema, Bronchitis, Pneumonia, Asthma or any number of other lung diseases can affect those spongy, filters of ours, making the unnoticed breathing of everyday life much more complicated, debilitating and even scary. Ask one of the 235 million Asthma sufferers if they have ever been scared?

Therefore, keeping healthy, clean lungs is important for life.

Did you know that there are actually ways that you can clean/clear your lungs? I didn’t.

They are: stream therapy – inhaling water vapor to open up the airways, controlled coughing, discharging mucus, exercise, green tea, and anti inflammatory foods. Each of these will provide some level of temporary assistance in clearing out toxins and clearing those tissues and membranes in our lungs.

Can I share one thing? It’s about mucus. As gross as that stuff is, that stuff is powerful! I mean it. It is cleaner than our blood and will actually kill the bacteria it surrounds. Blood will not kill, it allows the bacteria to grow. Mucus traps harmful particles so it can be coughed up and out. Think of that.

Amazing lungs!

Why the lesson on lungs? Consider this.

In what ways can you draw parallels between the toxins and pollutants that you are bombarded with via the news, social media, academia, friends, family, associates, colleagues and your need to breathe clearly? In what ways have the toxic voices in your life acted like COPD on your chest?

Phil Collins, and The Police said it best, “With every breath you take”, you are taking in way more than you need or that is even healthy. If you are finding your breathing labored, you are becoming inflamed with issues, or there is some kind of build up in your spirit or blockage in your peace – (like those that cause lung disease), it is time for a lung cleansing. You need to breathe deeply and clearly and remove those toxins and pollutants from your environment. Your personal survival is dependent on it.

Just like my choice to smoke or not is affecting my physical lungs, in the same way, my choice to expose myself to toxic people and ideas is affecting the clarity and strength of my daily breathing and energy.

Find the time, find a way and place to rid yourself of those deadly pollutants that are damaging you on the inside. Allow your “spiritual mucus” to surround that harmful particle in your life and get it out of you. Your life depends on it.

You are what you breathe and I want you to have a healthy life in every way with every breath you take.

Breathe deeply.



The Thing We All Share

Sunday Sermon 5.8.21 – Mother’s Day

The United Nations tells us that there are 385,000 babies born each day, equaling 140 million babies a year. According to the Population Reference Bureau the total number of people born total, over all time is 108 billion. That means those of us alive now, represent 7% of the total number of humans who have lived.

Of those births per year, in the United States, 1-2% of them or 4 million, are by IVF – In Vitro Fertilization. This is the process by which the sperm and the egg are handled in the lab, where fertilization occurs, and then placed as embryos in the uterus 2-5 days later for full development and delivery.

Although, sadly, there are 1 in 4,500 females who are born with an underdeveloped or nonexistent uterus, (MRKH, a uterine factor infertility), the vast majority of girls and thereby women possess the very tool used to house each of us from conception to birth- a womb (uterus).

Each of us can trace our beginnings to a womb. It is the only thing that we all share.

When King David wrote Psalm 139, there was only one way for a child to be born and that was from a sperm and an egg coming together and implanting in the womb. In his day there was no such thing as IVF, GIFT (gamete intrafallopian transfer, ZIFT (zygote intrafallopian transfer, or FET (frozen embryo transfer). None of these Assisted Reproductive Technologies existed as they do today.

But does that change the power and impact of Psalm 139:13-16? I think not. Please read it:

” For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb. I praise you for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well. My frame was not hidden from you when I was made in the secret place, when I was woven together in the depths of the earth. Your eyes saw my unformed body; all the days ordained for me were written in your book before one of them came to be.”

King David

This organ, which David called the womb, is that hallow muscular organ in which we each developed and grew until we reached our 40 week gestation period (or thereabouts). This amazing organ, God actually borrowed from your birth mom to carry you, because He could not. Think of it.

Think of it – of the thousands of sperm and thousands of egg possibilities that could have coupled, the sperm and egg that made YOU, came together! Psalm 139 tells us that God knit us together in the womb. He brought those exact eggs together for YOU to be conceived and eventually born. He saw your unformed body in that dark womb, nothing was hidden from him. As cells split and grew and you developed and became more and more complex, it was His hand directing your formation. His hand guiding their progress, and His will for you being written down, each and every days events- all before you started crying that very first day!

He chose for you to be born. He chose those eggs to meet and for fertilization to occur. Not another set, but the one that made YOU. He chose the sperm from your dad and the egg from your mom, because he longed to share His love with YOU. That is why he borrowed your mom’s womb, to carry you for Him, until He could smile upon you and your life with His mighty love and power.

You are not a mistake, an accident, an oops! You are not an unwanted birth! You are not here because of the will of a man or a woman! You are not here because a couple “planned you”.

You are here, because GOD PLANNED YOU. He wanted YOU. You are an ON PURPOSE, because God wanted you to share in His everlasting life. You are here, on this Mother’s day, because your Heavenly Father loves you and everything about you. He loves you so much He wants to spend eternity with YOU. He loves you so much, He will help you change. Geesh, if He can help you change and help you develop in the womb, the change outside the womb is a piece of cake for Him.

The womb that you were carried in is an amazing organ, designed by God specifically to carry YOU. It shifts around to make space for you. It grows bigger, from the size of an orange to the size of a watermelon. It actually expands up up 500x during pregnancy.

Even the 9 or so months of pregnancy is a pretty amazing journey for you and the one who carried you for God.

Your mom’s blood volume increased 40-50%, her heart enlarged to pump the increased blood, joints loosened and hormones softened ligaments, that made the pelvis more flexible. Even the things she ate affected you, like spicy food, especially garlic. You recognized her voice at 18 weeks and within another week or two you responded to noises while you were still in the womb.

You were able to cry in the womb and if you did, your loving Heavenly Father was right there, in those dark days with you in the womb.

God even equipped your mom to grow an additional organ to provide for you all the nutrition and waste removal that you needed. Know what it was called? The placenta.

He also designed the female bones to be able to separate during birth. The pelvic bone actually separates during the birthing process just so that YOU could come into the world and be loved by God.

Psalm 71:6 says, “You have brought me forth from my mothers womb.”

Job 31:15, “God… who made me in the womb.”

Psalm 22:10, ” Yet, you brought me out of the womb; you made me trust in you, even at my mother’s breast. From birth I was cast on you; from my mother’s womb you have been my God.”

Psalm 100:3, ” Know that the Lord is God. It is He who had made us, and we are His…”

Isaiah 49:15-16, “Can a mother forget the baby at her breast and have no compassion on the child she has borne? Though she may forget, I will never forget you! See, I have engraved you on the palms of my hands…”

I am totally overwhelmed when I think that it was God who wanted me to be born and not my parents. Whether or not they did or whatever other circumstances that surrounded my conception, I am an ON PURPOSE. God wanted ME (and YOU) to be carried in that womb and born on that day.

I am astounded that God knew that there would be some mom’s that would “forget” their children. In modern terms we may say neglect, abuse, or refuse; but He is quick to point out that HE WILL NEVER FORGET US.

In fact, that can be said of the 7.5 billion people alive today as well as those 108 billion that have ever lived. God planed a purpose for each one and lavished his love on each and every one. Including you. He will never forget us.

So whether your birth cost the average $5,000-11,000 for a vaginal delivery or $10,000 for IVF, God chose that womb to carry you so that He could love you for all eternity.

God chose the womb to carry you. Hand picked the DNA ahead of time, so that YOU would be born. Knit every part of you together in that dark place. He supervised your development and wrote about your days in His book. You are fearfully and wonderfully made.

Then he brought you forth out of the womb so that He could shower His love on you for all eternity.

That is the thing that we all share.

Happy womb day!