I had to, had to own the effort that’s failing me. The disappointment is major but the ability to see it as it is is pure gold.
At some point in your research about writing, you’ll read a chapter or an article that highlights effective ways to utilize personal experiences. I’m not sure if it’s possible to never take lessons or other experiences from your life as you explore a topic in a creative fashion. The chapter or article will eventually share […]
And even after discovering that I don’t know her that well, after all, I still believe I can trust her.
I just did something that’s been years in the making and surely a step in the right and proper direction. I consolidated almost all of my blogs. Almost all because a couple need to stay separate. But the other four didn’t need to be four. Yes, I’ve had 6 blogs. I’m winning in compartmentalization. Trust […]
i’m in a pretty lengthy process of redefining how i live my life. i say it’s lengthy as a sort of precautionary measure. i want to give myself as much time as i need and i have no clue what that’ll be so “lengthy” seems a good choice. the first step i’ve taken with regard […]
and i will try to fix you(quickly insert rich transition music) tears stream…yeah, it’s quite the emotive song. i’d listen to it now were it not for the fact that i’d have to first search for it and secondly, essentially permit myself to bawl my eyes out. i want neither. and so i […]
At a periodic gathering that I’m part of, one of our latest activities was to write a letter to ourselves, stating what we’d like God to do in our lives. The facilitator for that activity, took our self-addressed envelopes, stamped them, and mailed them to us several days later. Mine came in the mail a […]
So Sex Week ended yesterday…(I’m actually writing this on Friday so that I don’t have to think about it tomorrow…not because sex is bad to think about on Saturday but because this practice of blogging every day of the week has been exhausting and that’s not how I wish to spend Sabbath.) The other day […]
roughly two months ago, i confessed to a group of colleagues that i used to think i was a good listener until i realized that i just didn’t talk. my confession elicited major laughter. it surprised me. i wasn’t trying to be funny and then i experienced the joy of being naturally funny. i tried not to […]
Paul…the apostle miracles religious expectations the swinging of hips how to be saviour following incompetence process value judgements Jesus: true or false atheism does Jesus find us or do we find him and is that mere semantics?