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Trust: Why Is It So Hard?

Friendships can start-up quickly; sometimes they last a lifetime, and sometimes only a short while. They can be very wonderful, and fill our hearts with the best memories we could ever ask for. 827 more words

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Paces and Spaces

When someone gets promoted, a new job, or a new home, it’s not uncommon that there’ll be at least one person in the group left behind. 1,243 more words

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She Left, Now what?

Who is this young woman? What’s her story? Why is she carrying a huge backpack in the middle of the city block? Why does she look scared, standoffish, and like she’s hiding? 1,014 more words

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 Yellow Ties 

On Monday my world flipped upside down. I had a great day to start with. I rode horses all day with some friends and the sunshine just had me in a good mood. 613 more words

Abuse Victims

You are not forgotten

I often think about: How are they now? Because I still think of them.

There is a big tragedy, a catastrophe, a trauma, an explosion, a bomb, and I want to know, how are they now? 679 more words

it ends with us; a review

Book 28 of 2016

The subject of domestic violence isn’t a typical theme in a New Adult/Romance novel, especially a book by Colleen Hoover. Hoover usually writes well-developed characters with intense stories, lined with a bit of tragedy and a lot of hope.  413 more words


The Things Not Said

Coffee time once again. A gospel video of the song “Shifting The Atmosphere” is playing on YouTube as I sip, and think about the biggest test to my faith over the past week. 1,439 more words