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Journaling That Doesn't Suck - 8/24/2016

Good advice. Not everybody has profound personal spiritual experiences. No one can experience what I experience and vice versa. Ultimately, whatever experience we do or don’t have is between the individual and whatever God there is alone. 125 more words

Christianity

Journaling That Doesn't Suck - 8/23/2016

Been getting outside to exercise lately, which is a very good thing. Tennessee is pretty, Y’all, and as of this morning blessedly not as hot and muggy as balls. 446 more words

Spirituality

Journaling That Doesn't Suck

I’ve always been a writer, but I didn’t realize it until 4 years ago when I broke and began blogging out of necessity to live. I quite literally felt like I would die if I didn’t express myself, even at the great risk of exposing myself to further judgment and hurt…and boy did it. 707 more words

Christianity

Emotionally Healthy Spirituality...

I just read (and would highly recommend) Peter Scazzero‘s Emotionally Healthy Spirituality:  It’s Impossible to Be Spiritually Mature, While Remaining Emotionally Immature.  

Scazzero suggests, “What most don’t understand is that growth into maturity in Christ requires us to go through the Wall: 181 more words

Leadership

Speak the Truth (And other thoughts on being an INFJ)

There’s a little girl I know who likes to make up stories. Her nose gets a little scrunched up and her eyes twinkle and the pitch of her voices raises several notches and I know what she’s telling me isn’t grounded in reality. 683 more words

What Do You Do When You Know You're Too Much?

I’m a severely introverted and reserved person. These days, in person, I’m unlikely to impress you. I don’t emote much. Whatever I’m feeling (and I feel the full spectrum of emotion with deep intensity) this is probably all you’re going to get. 564 more words

Religion

Emotionally Healthy Spirituality // Peter Scazzero.

A timely and much needed book! As an emotional person, I grew up afraid to dabble in the tumultuous seas of my emotions: in short, I was afraid to unveil and see myself for who I really am with all the messiness and filth. 58 more words

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