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Avalanche Fiction

I never imagined I’d
see something so
tragic in beauty, that
my paternal duty could be so
badly compromised.

I knew it would be grueling and sleepless, 312 more words

Poetry

A Brief History of My Depression: Part 1

“I’ve become spectacular
Which is strange, ’cause I feel dumb.”

Matthew Good – “Carmelina”

If I had a dollar for every blog I’ve had (or at least started and then neglected) over the years, I would probably have enough money to treat myself to dinner. 633 more words

Depression

How to Know the Exact Moment You Were Saved

When I was in college, I lived with the perpetual fear that somehow I had missed the salvation boat, that although I had placed my trust in Jesus, in the end, I would come before God’s throne, and He would shake His head and say, “I’m sorry, but you just  159 more words

Grace

Light means shadow

Summer keeps slipping away from me, running through my fingers in a blur of laughter and sun. sand has ended up in the corners in my room and I’ve gotten more freckles than I can count and for once I have time to do what I actually want to do, but also time to feel guilty about not doing it. 81 more words

Hi all. I wanted to share this link about shame and guilt with you.  It was quite a revelation to me, seeing as I have (a lot of) trouble dealing with the two.   47 more words

Your fortress

You spent a lifetime building walls
Barriers to shield you from all evil
Comfortably living your life

With three words I tore down your walls… 106 more words

Poetry