Rachel Braunscheidel

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May 09

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Rachel Braunscheidel is a Christian writer, chronic illness fighter, and lover of love and the little joys in life. She writes about topics of encouragement, compassion (and self-compassion!), health and wellness, authenticity, faith, and heart-centered living.

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I simply adore Bridget Collin's Flora Forager Botanical Artwork. I love following her work because it's so unique, detailed, and uplifting. For anyone who isn't familiar, her art is created by arranging flower petals, grass, seeds, and other foraging ...more
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“I love the idea of a home in our hearts. A sanctuary of love and peace right in the center of our being. A place of inner beauty, inner peace, inner healing, inner rest, and so much more. A simple and quiet life can be a beautiful one when it’s paired with an abundant and cavernous inner world. And when Jesus is dwelling there in spirit, it’s certainly a place worth coming home to.”
Rachel Braunscheidel, The Heart-Home Builder: Cultivating an Inner Sanctuary with Christ amid Life’s Difficulties

“This is a wonderful day, I have never seen this one before.”
Maya Angelou

“Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.”
Martin Luther King Jr., A Testament of Hope: The Essential Writings and Speeches

“Intelligence plus character-that is the goal of true education.”
Martin Luther King Jr.

“An eye for an eye will only make the whole world blind.”
Mahatma Gandhi

“Compassion asks us to go where it hurts, to enter into the places of pain, to share in brokenness, fear, confusion, and anguish. Compassion challenges us to cry out with those in misery, to mourn with those who are lonely, to weep with those in tears. Compassion requires us to be weak with the weak, vulnerable with the vulnerable, and powerless with the powerless. Compassion means full immersion in the condition of being human.”
Henri J.M. Nouwen

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