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Don't let anyone slow your roll. (Hippocrates 12:3)

I’m going to talk a little about the school system. I get a little disillusioned whenever I hear anyone talking about how they think they don’t “need” to know math or history or somethingĀ or other for what they think their “career” plan is. 936 more words

Disillusionment

I am

so disillusioned

with every

single

thing

including

this

poem

Poetry

Disillusionment Lane

Seasons of Life

Ecclesiastes is a sobering book. There really is a time for everything. One season of life lends itself to dancing and laughing, and the season directly following can be one of weeping and mourning. 910 more words

17 March 2017

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God is in the Hard Stuff: Disillusionment, Despair and Depression

There is an ache that afflicts the human heart that has nothing to do with disease or death. It’s a heaviness that comes when we are disillusioned, despairing, or depressed. 630 more words

Living With Depression

Poetry is a Dive into the Heart

“O Lord, deliver me from the man of excellent intention and impure heart: for the heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked.” T. S. 383 more words

Poetry

Rattling Words

Naive youth he’d been

Over-enthusiastic,

Life filled up dreams like

Balloons… Time whittled away

Wild exuberance, left him

Weathered shell; shut down,

But for rattling words inside— 35 more words

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