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How far down does that cliff go?

I dont wanna jump off the cliff to my death ( not today anyway)… I’ll take a parachute or handglide… I just need a place & some time to let my hair down & relax enough to hear the answers from God or my Spirit Guides. 826 more words

Journal Questions and Answers: Week Fourty-Nine.

July 14: Do you have a secret? More than one?

Monday (2014). Not really. 

July 15: What is your heroic downfall? Your Achilles’ heel?

Tuesday (2014).  105 more words



Uncertainty. Questions. Answers.

There is a good supply of all of these things in our world, but they don’t always match up with each other. 76 more words


Answers #4.

Karly says:

Ditto for Sage. Also: beyond writing your novel and motherhood, what do you hope your future holds? (don’t think in context of relationships — what’s a place you’d like to visit, a hobby you’d like to start, a new cause you want to fight for?) Or – what do you think you would be like as a person and what would you do with your time if you were Oprah rich vs. 624 more words


Was it Worth it?

My family was at the pool by my aunt’s building. *Bari, my cousin, and I leave the rest of the family as they all fall in like dominos diving in the pool; we walk to a little social room of the building to be antisocial. 864 more words


The Root of the Problem, part I

Current Problems Stem from Eden:


“When the woman saw that the tree was good for food, and that it was a delight to the eyes, and that the tree was desirable to make one wise, she took from its fruit and ate; and she gave also to her husband with her, and he ate (Genesis 3:6, NIV).” 864 more words


Perfectly Acceptable Questions To Ask A Blogger If You Are Not One

I believe I’m not alone in this. More often than not, people from the real side of life (mainly people whom you can poke their eyes with your fingers if they are in front of you) are inquisitive, often asking questions regarding affairs that they can live without knowing, such as how many times we have sex in the kitchen, our preferences in positions and blah blah blah. 601 more words

Andy Lawson