Question for you? Feel like answering today?

How would you describe your land of MILK and HONEY?


1.. land of unusual fertility and abundance.
2.the blessings of heaven.
3.the Promised Land.

Just curious.


Luisa Doraz

14 Responses

  1. Hmm…actually hadn’t thought about it…feel like most days I live in it and enjoy it. 🙂 Have a great weekend my friend.

  2. all animals would be safe from the hands of humans that hurt them for food or entertainment. and they would all have homes.

  3. I very often feel I was lucky to be born in India –
    My land of milk and honey , where animals roam free without fear of being ill treated by human beings —

    • 🙂 India. Maybe one day I shall visit. I am sure it is wonderful and a place I would enjoy. 🙂 I also agree that all craeatures of God are a blessing and should be treated as such. 🙂

      • When you do visit India please see Taj Mahal
        The people of the world can be divide into two types -those who have seen Taj Mahal and those who have not ( Guess to whom this quote is attributed )

  4. My land of M&H would be one where the treat bag is always left open. The Geezer looks at it differently – his land of M&H is one where all people’s ideas and beliefs are respected and where they are free to pursue them.

  5. A land where all of those who seek shelter and food will be happily blessed daily. 🙂

  6. A land where family values are taken seriously.

  7. A land where all are at peace with their life and therefore will not disrupt the lives of others.

  8. Thanks to all of you who were so generous to share your feelings with us all. 🙂 Have a great evening. 🙂

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