Moroccan Lighthouse Jigsaw Puzzle

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wc1agoyal
Sep 19, 2016
Tower in Clouds
kanewall
Dec 29, 2015
Yes very very much
LoisFarrerReeve
Mar 13, 2015
Thank you Jingles for your prayer. Isn't wonderful that when you are beset with a problem, that God uses someone else to bring the solution' LFR
nlbuchanan
Mar 13, 2015
Don't recognize the name. Are you new to our community? If so, welcome. If not, sorry for not paying more attention. God bless! nlb
LoisFarrerReeve
Jun 22, 2015
I am speechless. That is my name, but I did not write it. I am unfamiliar with Jingles. I will however be grateful for prayer.Today is June 22.
aussiesapphire
Mar 13, 2015
Much better day today - had to go to a doctor in the public hospital system yesterday who thinks his name is God. Really hard for me to deal with on top of a possible medical problem. However, my God is in control, not that doctor!!!!!

"Just when the caterpillar thought the world was ending, he turned into a butterfly." Unknown proverb.

"Hug Department: Always Open" ~Author Unknown

So comforting :) Good night dear friends and God bless. Hugs
darambo
Mar 13, 2015
Aussie so glad you are feeling better.I hate doctors like that, they think that they know better than everyone and know more than you know about your own body.Hope you have a better day Be safe
Coravee
Mar 13, 2015
I almost lost my life to one of those Doctors! She claimed my Dr was overreacting and I didn't need heavy antibiotics for cellulitis. But God and the diligent nurses intervened, and got me a different Doctor. I ended up on antibiotics that were over $500 a day! But it worked. I
hope she really learned from this that she isn't God and an old Doctor from a small town might just know more than she does about certain things!
aussiesapphire
Mar 13, 2015
Hi darambo, exactly my sentiments. After all I have had this body for nearly 75 years and should know what it does and does not do lol. Take care. Hugs.
Coravee
Mar 15, 2015
Hi Aussie, we must be almost the same age. I will be 74 next month. The Lord keeps me going, somehow.
aussiesapphire
Mar 15, 2015
Hi Coravee, 75 in September. Hugs.
Coravee
Mar 16, 2015
Can you remember any of WW2? I can remember a couple of bits and pieces.
aussiesapphire
Mar 17, 2015
No, just a child when it ended and far enough away in Australia for it not to have affected me. Hugs.
dbnc2
Mar 18, 2015
My husband was in WW2
WE WEREN'T MARRIED THEN
GOT A few pictures
he was a handsome rascal
my brother that died in Nov. of last year was at Pearl Harbor when Japan dropped the first bomb
Coravee
Mar 19, 2015
My cousin just visited Pearl Harbor. They had a guy there who was the last of the Pearl Harbor veterans of that first bombing. He was in a wheelchair, quietly and graciously talking to people.
zoozq
Mar 15, 2015
Hummm, does it have a squared spiral staircase inside? One tends to wonder about these things.
Starrphyre
Mar 13, 2015
Aren't humans around the earth interesting? For example, why did the Moroccans build a square lighthouse instead of the common round shape? Maybe they had a dang good reason--but I'd like to know what it was. Just wondering........
nightmare
Mar 13, 2015
May be they built the square lighthouse because of the materials they had, at the time they built it. It's lovely.
vmarie
Mar 13, 2015
I tried researching this, Starrphyre, but, since I'm not an engineer, I found the explanation about structural integrity of cylinders versus cubes a little confusing. It seemed to boil down to the TYPE of material used in construction, i.e. concrete versus non-shrink grout. I also learned that the British and other countries use cubes for testing strength; whereas, the U.S. and Canada prefer cylinders. This would suggest, perhaps, that cubes are a little stronger. Also, given the location of Morocco, where this lighthouse is located, there would be a greater influence of British and neighboring countries (as opposed to American or Canadian influence). The fact this lighthouse is still functional may say something about its strength as a structure. Yes, humans are interesting. ~~~
pixipixil
Mar 13, 2015
Interesting.
Coravee
Mar 13, 2015
Thanks for researching!
Starrphyre
Mar 14, 2015
Thanks, vmarie! Great research! On this site we get the pleasure of playing the puzzles with the side bonus of a lot of super education!
Jingles
Mar 13, 2015
This was a fun puzzle to work. Thank You team for all of the lovely puzzles you send us.

Father, may I think more of others today than I think of myself. May I lose my thoughts about myself in my thoughts of other people and their needs.

A heart that is focused on others will not be consumed with self.

I hope you are all well, that you have a beautiful weekend ahead and you have no problems or worries.

God loves you and so do I.
pixipixil
Mar 13, 2015
Hope you have a lovely weekend, too, Jingles.
bjold
Mar 13, 2015
Thank you for the beautiful prayer. Pray that we all can keep the need of others in mind.
tomandray
Mar 13, 2015
That was such a beautiful prayer, Jingles. Thank you for sharing it with us. :) Have a beautiful weekend. :)
trynfindit
Mar 13, 2015
Love the lighthouses.

Thank you, Jingles, for your prayer. Wishing you a good weekend, too.
toadalove
Mar 13, 2015
Thank you but the forecast is saying it is going to rain all day and night Saturday and Sunday!
pixipixil
Mar 14, 2015
Here, too.
KwkClkrSwkr68
Mar 14, 2015
Very pretty lighthouse!!!
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