Building empires requires bridges between your true nature and the one that put that dream in you … More “Hello me”, a lesson on the odd year and the reintroduction to my better self.
Where is God in Social Justice? How should the church be interpretting what’s happening the black community? … More The Church: Tribes, Taking Sides and it’s Interpretative Dance on Social Justice.
Its not the worst time of your life unless you make it the worst time of your life. … More A Single’s Reality Check.: 10 quick points that you should be implementing in your daily thinking Valentines Day and Beyond.
Does my personality type mean that I am being misread by potential partners? … More INFJs: Does my drive for authenticity have an affect on my relationships?
“Don’t touch me.” She walked ahead and caught a glimpse of their shadows splitting apart in the afternoon sun. He called out to her, closing the space between them. The space that in her reality almost seemed inevitable… His tall build was exaggerated by the height of his hair and his stance. Her five steps were … More Daily Prompt: Confused. (Part 2)
5:30pm “He said he’d come tonight.” She entered the room and noticed the few glances her way. She smiled shyly and walked forward to the seat closest to the door. In case she needed to make a sudden escape from the room. A few people near her grew quiet as she sat at the table … More Maybe.
We are wired to notice the breaks in things. We are wired to notice the crooked lines in a face or in a picture. We’re wired to notice the dysfunctionality of life, the issues, and problems and the holes. Why? Is this due to some prior conditioning that comes from the daily evils of this … More On Loving Leah.
So last weekend I was mindlessly doodling in a small ragged notebook with worn down prism colored pencils. This was my chosen escape from the world and I happened to noticed that my channel was changed to Hallmark. Otherwise known by my sister and I as the sappy-dappy channel. There was a story about some perfect … More When Love Talks.
When something dies, coming to an abrupt end–there’s usually a period of cold shock. As a child, I remember being afraid of death having terribly vivid dreams of being hurt and feeling the cold rush into the now exposed part of me. I’d then wake up and pull my blanket to my neck and stay awake … More What’s the point of Death?