Sunday Pause (Paws): The Three Leaf Clover

It’s Sunday! Time to kick back, relax, and celebrate St. Patrick’s Day (maybe).

I personally don’t celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. I do, however, enjoy seeing the children where I work make leprechaun traps and go on a treasure hunt looking for them and their gold. ๐Ÿ™‚

I decided to focus on the three leaf clover and what it is said to represent: faith, hope, & love.

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Of course there is whole lot more to have faith, hope, and love in.

Faith is believing without seeing
Everyone has it, it’s a state of being

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And it would be a lot harder to cope
In a world such as this without hope

three-leaf-clover-hopeBut love is the greatest of all indeed
It is something both human & animals need

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Do you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day?

Happy Sunday!

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8 thoughts on “Sunday Pause (Paws): The Three Leaf Clover

  1. Ron Walker

    I don’t celebrate it, but many around here love to catch you without green on and pinch you. Other than that, we have no parades or celebrations in this area. I hope the kids where you are enjoy the treasure hunts.

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  2. My Golden Life

    No, we don’t celebrate St. Patrick’s Day either. I explain faith in the same way that a young Natalie Wood did in the original version of “Miracle on 34th Street”: “Faith is believing in something even when common sense tells you not to.” ๐Ÿ’–

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