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Eyes & Ears of Moreno Valley

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Juanita Barnes
PRAYER FOR A DAY’S WALK
God let me find the lonely ones. Among the throng today. And let me say the word to take the loneliness away. So many walk with aching hearts along the old highway. So many walk breaking hearts. And no one understands. They find the roadway rough and steep, across the barren lands. God help me lighten weary eyes and let my own grief be. A sure reminder of the grief of those who walk with me. When words fail hands fail. Let me go in silent sympathy.
(Words written by Grace M. Crowell.)


HELLO MORENO VALLEY
Where Dreams Soar


Moreno Valley it’s that time of year again, the reason for the season and what a wonderful season to just be alive. So many almost made it. But they were called home for this season. Let us always remember that one day our season will also come we must stay focused and keep our eyes on the prize.

Santa will be reading The Night Before Christmas at the Library. Santa Claus will visit the Moreno Valley Public Library on December 22, 2008 to read to parents and children. Parents and children can attend the 10:00 a.m. reading or the 10:30 a.m. reading but not both. Parents are welcome to take pictures of their children with Santa and each child will receive a free candy cane! For more information call Moreno Valley Public Library at (951) 413–3880.

Moreno Valley Photo Contest Winners announced on December 9, 2008. It is the city’s 1st Annual Calendar Photo Contest. The City’s Arts Commission selected 13 winning photographs which appeared in the City’s official 2009 Wall Calendar. The winning shutterbugs were recognized at the City Council meeting. The photo contest theme was People and Places in Moreno Valley.

These are the winners: LaVay Rudy, Rosanna Hanson, Kevin Barisic, Toni Charboneau, Val
Genipis, Dolores Baisden, Henry Ford, Barbara J. Kezar, Rylan Benson, and Jordan Garenett.

For information on purchasing the calendar, visit the City’s online store at www.moval.org and click on the online store icon or call City, Media and Communications Division at (951) 413–3053.

I am a believer that love is so important in our lives and that we must in return give love back. This is what I have done for many years and what Helen S. Rice wrote about in Where There Is Love: Where there is love the heart is light. Where there is love the day is bright.

Where there is love there is a song to help when things are going wrong. Where there is love there is a smile. To make all things seem worthwhile. Where there is love there is quiet peace. A tranquil place where turmoils cease… Love changes darkness into light and makes the heart take “wingless flight” Oh blessed are they who walk in love… They also walk with God above. And when man or woman walks with God again, there shall be peace on earth for men. If we live in the Spirit, let us also walk in the Spirit (Galatians 5:25 ) Love does no wrong to a neighbor: therefore love is the fulfilling of the law (Romans 13:10). Read your Bible prayerful and think.

Be Blessed

JB

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