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About introspection...

“Amidst all the carnage and desolation, I flow in to provide solace and sympathy… Was it my anger that caused the destruction in the first place?” –  7 more words

Attitudes

I Have Always Loved You

I have loved you for ages
Loved without conditions
For you centuries I could wait
I have searched the world
Seas, mountains, deserts
And every desolate space… 117 more words

Poetry

November (Lullaby)

For all the daughters of our nation.

Dangle your fingers above the crib. Coo while the lullaby chimes slower…quieter…and gone. Let her kick. And wiggle her little fingers back at you. 209 more words

Liner Notes

Reflections on Journalist James Foley

This August, I am reading a lot online about the events taking place in Syria and Iraq right now. Through those newsfeeds, I have learned about a guy I would have loved to have known. 803 more words

Discernment Advice from St. Ignatius

From the Office of Vocations

Ever experience the feeling of uncertainty or a lack of clarity; or worse, have you found yourself feeling one day one way and another day the opposite? 766 more words

Prayer

Pestering God is OK (thoughts on Matthew 15:21-28)

Howdy, y’all! I’m typing from my sunny guest bedroom in lovely Melrose, Massachusetts, where I’m staying with my aunt for the next week. So why am I putting my vacation on pause to type on my quiet blog for a while? 746 more words

Brownies

Fading


Where is the scarlet of my lips?
Fading.

Where is the feeling of my fingertips?
Numbed.

Where has the light of my eyes gone?
Lost. 39 more words

Writing.