Observations and reflections from without and within
What a great name for a place--Harmony. I wonder if the residents live up to the name.
What a beautiful place to be... in Harmony. :c)
We have a Harmony in SE Minnesota too. It is a small town and there are many Old Order Amish families who live and farm around that area. I wonder if they chose that area to live because of the town name??
HUGE message in Romans 12:16. One most of the world needs to consider living by. Wouldn't it be wonderful?Enjoyed your flower blog. Just at day or so late reading it. Luv ya B S S.
-It might be nice to live in Harmony.-thanks for the great message.
A place named Harmony has to be good. I, too, wonder if the residents of those who live in a town called "Harmony" across the countries life in that fashion.
Thanks for your comments. There are a few places called Harmony in Ontario including Harmony Creek near Oshawa. This tiny hamlet is not a Mennonite community and I don't know where the name came from. It would be interesting to know if living with that name would influence your relationships with others.
What an interesting thought - that a place's name could actually color the interaction among its inhabitants. I've always wanted to live on a street or in a city with a lovely name. Nope. Someday I'll do a post on the truly uninspired words that have been my former and current addresses.
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