About

Charis Psallo is the pen name of a woman born in the second half of the last century. She knows God loves her just as she is, but too much to leave her this way. Her friends say she is so right-brained it’s a wonder she can walk upright.

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  1. cathy pretty

    I think “this” person is awesome. A very gifted lady with such a wonderful variety of gifts. It’s her heart to share them with the world…cuz they are gifts to “give away”, not to keep for herself. May God increase them with depth and His Life..again xx

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  2. Thank you for visiting last week. Thank goodness God loves us all too much to leave us the way we are … I hazzard a gues you are more balanced than you think … with blessings, God is Good!

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    1. I am honoured, Bob’s wife. Thank you. And someday, when I have a collection of free minutes to put together I shall respond. It may take a while, but I will get there eventually. Bless you!

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  3. John Lawrence Gillis

    Dear Charis, I share your gift of the still small voice, and as you surely know, being led to investigate the metaphorical meaning of “cambium layer” also proves His sense of humor. I was also led to Cambium layer, though in a more roundabout way. I’m glad there’s more than one of us! If you are equally led, please feel free to write back. There is so much to share.

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    1. Nice to meet you, Mr. Gillis. Abba does indeed have a great sense of humour. I welcome dialogue with kindred spirits but prefer to keep discussions with the opposite gender public for the sake of accountability. Do you also have a blog?

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  4. bennetta faire

    I really appreciate God directing me to your blog today. “Subject to change”–YES! and God LOVES ME, YES! I’m in a difficult season–a testing no doubt; and though I feel disappointment, impatience, grief and pain, some anger–I KNOW that HE is With Me, that His love is Unfailing, His grace pours over me. All He ever asks is that I “show up”–just put one foot in front of the other, for HE is Leading. HE is SO GOOD. God bless you abundantly–Caddo

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  5. Thank you for falling me Charis. I have been following you for some time now and you do not know how many times God has spoken to me through your words and beautiful photos. The one about the School of the Prophets was sooo ‘now’ for me the day you published it. Thank you for your faithful proclaiming of truth. I hope things work out for your family who lost everything in the floods. It’s been very poignant and shocking in turns to hear about their plight. Fond regards,Wondering Celt.

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    1. I feel honoured. Your blog is writtten by someone who is obviously not afraid to seek the Lord and go deep. Thank you for leaving a comment. The stats page will tell you that people are reading, but you never really know who is reading and if they can relate unless they leave a comment. You have blessed me today. God go with you, Wondering Celt.

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  6. Thank you for discovering my photography blog http://www.throughharoldslens.com.

    You gave me the opportunity to discover, explore and follow your blog. I hope we both enjoy our journeys.

    To launch you on your journey, I thought you might enjoy a couple of “Quick Links” to a few of my favorites, from over 200 posts, on Through Harold’s Lens:

    “Five Senses”
    http://throughharoldslens.com/2013/06/20/five-senses-european-tour/

    Maiden Mild”
    http://throughharoldslens.com/2013/06/12/maiden-mild-european-tour/

    On behalf of the Through Harold’s Lens Creative Team, my trusty sidekick Mr. SLR Nikon, his brother Mr. Pen Pal and myself, we wish you the best.

    Regards,
    Harold

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  8. Thanks for following my blog and for liking my posts. You’re gonna give me the big-head 8^). I’m happy to follow your blog, too. Beautiful pictures to go with beautiful and spiritually insightful words.

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  9. G.G.

    Thank you for Where Are The Blacksmiths. Truth cuts through mental, emotional and spiritual fog. I thank God for gifting you. I thank you for sharing. GG

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    1. Both of these can be seen from Highway 22 in southern Alberta. It is also called the Cowboy Trail. If I remember correctly the first scene is on the west side of the road between the historical Hay U Ranch (south of Longview) and Chain Lakes recreation area at the intersection with highway 533.

      The second was taken further south in the Waldron Ranch area. I took township road 101A just north of the bridge over the Old Man River. I drove east on this gravel road to Range Road 14 until I found a wider panoramic view. Maybe 10 km? If you want you can continue south on narrow gravel backroads (Range
      Roads 13a and 14) but it is probably faster and less confusing to return to Highway 22 until it reaches the Crowsnest Highway (3) then turn east until Pincher Creek turn-off going south to Waterton.

      If you have time visit the Frank Slide area in the Crowsnest Pass (to the west on hwy 3) and Lundbreck Falls right by the big windmill at the junction of 22 and 3.

      If you visit Banff and Waterton before winter highway 40 through Kananaskis to Longview is one of the most beautiful drives in the world. But don’t wander too far from the road on foot as there is a warning about a lot of bears in the area right now. (Watertown also has a lot of grizzly bears right now. Check with the Parks officials about which areas are safe and how to avoid them.) The road closes when the snow arrives.

      Also be aware that from Longview to the Crowsnest Pass there are no services like petrol stations or places to buy food and very few houses, so make sure your tank is full and your bladder is empty before you leave Longview. Have a wonderful vacation.

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  10. Eva

    Hallo, Charis, I have been following your blog for a while now, and you are inspiring me to try my hand at a blog of my own! I love your photos! Do you take all your photos yourself?

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