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The Invisible Thread

Just a few days prior to this last surgery in December, I re-read The Princess and the Goblin by George MacDonald. I did not realize the significance it would have until several days ago. 455 more words

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Sunday, Church

Rejoice, the cleansing of my lips – rejoice, salvation of my soul!
But I still have a thousand half-loves

mewithoutYou ~ Seven Sisters

For when you feel your sins make you a vastly more interesting, multi-dimensional, well rounded person.

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Cultivating Reasonable Expectations of Life in a World of Hyperbole

Perhaps like me you have noticed that we are living in an age where everything is AMAZING! Watch this video about this AMAZING girl! Look at photos of these fifty AMAZING bedrooms! 748 more words


The Real Sexism in Modern Christianity

Every so often, a feminist gets her thong in a twist because certain Christian denominations refuse to depart from the Biblical teaching that says women don’t lead men.  288 more words


The Hero-In Three Acts

What makes a hero? In one way or another they face the ultimate, the absolute unknown, the terror, the end or the beginning…death. There are three types that spring immediately to mind. 391 more words



I would love to hear the sounds roots make as they are growing…reaching into soil, curling around rock, piercing into leaf and loam. Surely it makes a sound, however infinitesimal, this growing, this slow foraging for nourishment and sustenance. 474 more words

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What Is A Cult?

The five of us kneel, huddling close together in a tight circle, with our leader standing in the center, glaring down at us imperiously. The body he has chosen for this lifetime is small, lanky, and pale, with stringy black hair hanging in greasy strands in front of his face. 5,348 more words