Regret. It is not something I readily accept. Have I missed the mark at times in my life? Most certainly … but to list one or another as “regret” is something I have, for the most part, rejected. In my Continue reading Regret.
The following story is shared by Glenn Clark (4) in his book I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes ~ Once a Persian philosopher came to a missionary and offered to pay him to read the Bible for an hour each Continue reading Dare to linger.
No Escape. This phrase serves as a reminder. Perhaps it would be helpful if it was plastered across our world. Bumper stickers. Billboards. Full-page newspaper ads. Perhaps a Twitter or two? Imagine the conversation. And if it’s a challenge to Continue reading No Escape.
… as a man looked out upon a small field next to his home, a thought arose. It was surely a shame to see such fertile valley soil lay fallow so long. As well, he thought of how he could Continue reading A garden’s yield.
For some reason this phrase came to mind the other day … and got stuck. In fact, “it” was leading to a post that I thought would have been here by now. The surge behind it was strong, pressing through Continue reading Question everything.
Purification. Is it necessary for progressing on the path “to God (1)?” One’s response is evident without words. As well, the recognition of a “need” to do so will become evident without words. Beyond appearance, I have a sense it Continue reading The “unformula.”
A day late, but I’m here. Have you ever encountered a rain barrel up close and personal? The one I’m envisioning for my example here is not one of the fancy jobs that has a seal. I’m thinkin’ a barrel Continue reading Stirring the waters.