But Moses hands were heavy; and they took a stone, and put it under
him, and he sat thereon; and Aaron and Hur stayed up his hands, the one
on the one side, and the other on the other side; and his hands were
steady until the going down of the sun.,
Exodus 17:12
...for no
man is an island! We need other women and men...to lift us up, now and
then. Support us when...the burdens of life kick in...weighing us down,
from the responsibilities of them.

But there is power in numbers. While one sleeps, the others may
slumber...can be unencumbered...that one number. When multiplied...the
total sum, provides....is maximized. Balances the weight on both sides.
Steady's us, sun down to sun rises...the beloved to the occasion. Now
able to prop another saint up...help other sisters or brothers...to post
up...bear their bitter cup. We all need a support system to help lift us up!

If I be lifted up,
Mommy Dearest

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Comment by AnitaMarie-momma2four on September 21, 2010 at 10:56am
so very true mommy me dearest, so very true. i love this picture. i truely believe in support, that is why it is my mission every day to M.E.I. someone other person. to give to them maybe what they do not have. SUPPORT! even by just saying HELLO with no response, I pray they atleast read it

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