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Jesus and leaving

Okay I’ve been very up front at how pissed off I am and how I still love Jesus.

It’s amazing how un-Christlike I have been through all of this and I’m sure I may be a stumbling block to many, but I’m honest, real and lately I’ve not denied Christ in that he doesn’t exist, but in the fact that He isn’t big enough to solve this for me. 1,474 more words

Singing Children and a Chatty Woman

Children are singing on the stage. Their colorful dresses and innocent faces light up the entire stage, especially the little ones. They constantly look at each other for support with little fear in their eyes.   125 more words

Infant Loss

He Loves Her / He Loves Her Not (Haibun - Analysis)

For Carpe Diem Haiku Kai’s “Analyze that Haiku”, we were asked to tell the story behind this haiku, and then write a new haiku based on our analysis. 299 more words

Niobe’s tears are the world’s grief forever

In every conflict – from the Trojan War to the Syrian Civil War – the worst misery falls on mothers. Children are killed, and their mothers’ lamentations echo down the ages. 596 more words

Politics

Reality not welcome

My reality is one that I absolutely hate. I still wish I could wake up from this terrible dream. Part of how I cope is trying to keep occupied as much as possible and keeping occupied until I fall asleep.  177 more words

Road To Victory

Bird On A Wire

Even though I’ve been frenetically planning my return to France I haven’t been committing to it. An enormous IF has preceded every thought, all plans have been noted in the hypothetical tense, rather than the future.   490 more words

French Letters Visits America