These things that I treasure, I have learned to keep highly esteemed, protected, guarded and regularly cleaned
Guilt loses its adverse power when you don’t allow it to rob you of gratitude and thankfulness.
What if we chose to fight for unity just as passionately as we fight for life after a cancer diagnosis?
I believe the jogging trail we must first start on is the single track. The trail with room for only one set of footprints; no lover to hold hands with, no friend to chat with, no one else to follow and no one to lead; just you and your Creator.
When your voice rises, as you speak about injustice; when your volume increases when you share your story; when your mind percolates while you are creating or doing the work you love – there it is. There you are.
This is what fighting for life looks like.
Storms have a way of doing that in our life, where we must shout out to the starboard crew of our inner workings, pleading “batten down the hatches!”
I finally get it now.
The darkness was afraid of me.