Silence speaks to me in my artificial wanderings. Go out But when I do I roll in the grass, its warm prick inviting, the stiff soil and clouds respond and keep the sun in check. Nature produces a hope of its own, but in its wake, my conscience, does not want to be alone. “God, … Continue reading All Man-Made Roads Lead to a Dead End
Dare we speak of and remember the past pain which seemed like yesterday yet took its place in last December? May it be so only today. Let our mind sift through memory’s thread back to building blocks and figurines or when mother tucked us into bed. May it be that to her care we lean. … Continue reading Revisit the Good, Recall the Bad
“Life puts you anywhere.” Do you ever feel like you are moving, pursuing, living without any initial direction? Does your future, as uncertain as it seems, give you discomfort? Think about it, but then take time to think about the fact that you are still active. You are moving, pursuing, living, though you may be … Continue reading Life’s Decaying Diary | Day 7 – Going Nowhere in Particular
“Life is enjoyable with others around.” The introvert speaks. Of course no one wants to be lonely, we want to feel some sort of acknowledgement or acceptance. A venture, a hike, a party; such is better when spent with good company. We do, however, want to be alone sometimes. Sometimes our deepest, most sincere thoughts … Continue reading Life’s Decaying Diary | Day 6 – All in Good Company
See God’s spectacle: The mountain’s firm foundation rests on His right hand.
(January 20, Wednesday) Since I have recently been strengthening my relationship with God, I am slowly becoming aware of my circumstances and daily situations; God is intervening. It sounds obvious, but I take for granted that with which I am blessed: friends and their wisdom and influence on me. Whenever I become invested in the deeper … Continue reading College Day 125 – Becoming Aware