Tag Archives: love

Exquisitely beautiful, Exquisitely tragic

One of the greatest tragedies of living is dying.  Even in my darkest most painful moments, I have believed this to be true.  Life should be cherished. Every breath, every heartbeat, given full awareness.  Each day brings new moments to seize; … Continue reading

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The Quiet Christian

As I have moved through the progressive classes of my counseling program, I have been challenged on many occasions, to doubt who I am and what I believe.  I am a naturally humble person and I am quiet in my … Continue reading

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In Moments Like These

In moments like these, there are a million moments I wish I would have held onto; spent carefully.  I wish I had used time more wisely to make memories, instead of allowing the memories to make me.  I wish, I … Continue reading

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Leaving the Hurt Behind

Photo by tearmatt.com We all know how complex life can be.  There are so many opportunities to allow hurt, pain, suffering, anger, sadness, and grief to overwhelm us.  There are as equally as many opportunities to allow ourselves to become … Continue reading

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Trade in Shame, Blame & Hate for Something Better

I admit I am a people watcher.  I am always and forever curious about how the human mind works and what makes people tick.  Lately, I have noticed there are some common themes, we as humans seem to fall easy prey … Continue reading

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