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It’s often about asking, not about what’s needed.

Years ago, when I lived in California, I’d go to the grocery store nearly every day. I usually paid by check. 276 more words

Nov. 17 ST. ELIZABETH OF HUNGARY. Edifying example of love for the poor and detachment from worldly goods.

Nov. 17
ST. ELIZABETH OF HUNGARY.
Edifying example of love for the poor and detachment from worldly goods.

St. Elisabeth (1207-1231) of Hungary was the daughter of Andrew II of Hungary and Gertrude of Merania, and at age four was brought to the court of the rulers of Thuringia in central Germany, to become a future bride who would reinforce political alliances between families. 889 more words

Saints

Emilie

Sorry for the delay, but life got me sidetracked a bit, but here it is, the 3rd part of the series: Emelie

Shaking hands, chattering teeth, graying skin, she is cold. 1,534 more words

denied/pacified

You would often ask me what was on my mind – the queries more guided than genuine. The truths were usually bound to work, family quarrels and witches, with no wiggle room. 84 more words

Mental Health

I want to write books the like of which have never been seen before. Journals of a man subsumed in a life of emptiness and nothingness but who revels in and gorges himself on this emptiness and nothingness

I want to write books the like of which have never been seen before. Journals of a man subsumed in a life of emptiness and nothingness, but who revels in and gorges himself on this emptiness and nothingness, like a mother eating her own placenta. 372 more words

Geese

A circuit board
spread in grey hues
a cross section
of infinity

silhouettes
against vermillion strips

the exhilarating pinch in the air

we cry as one… 38 more words

Poetry

Attachment in Detachment

My dear friend and guide who also happens to be my boss, is God-sent. She inspires me, teaches me and suggests me things like only a few do. 621 more words