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One-Liner Wednesday – The sun shines on the righteous


The sun shines on the righteous garbage can.

Photo above: A pretty neighbourhood rose garden with an ornamental garbage container in the foreground. The camera lens caught the sun beaming down on it.

Photo below: Another picture of the same garden without the garbage can … or the sun beam.

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Author: Linda G. Hill

There's a writer in here, clawing her way out.

31 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday – The sun shines on the righteous

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  2. Your one liner reminds me of a something a friend told me when I said God was too busy for my little concerns. She said God’s love and care is like the sun shining on a beach. It doesn’t matter how many people are on the beach. They all get the same amount of sunlight. (Just like garbage cans.)

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  9. Nice garden, Very pretty, peaceful. Not a bad trash can either. 😉

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  28. Those bins show up everywhere. Good one-liner, Linda.

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