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Women Empowering Women - Week 3

I apologize for this being so late. To be honest, I slept on my neck wrong last Tuesday and did something terribly wrong and have been in some crazy amounts of pain (off and on) since then. 437 more words

The Path He Lit For Me

How do you fall in love with yourself?

I want to live instead of feeling dead all the time.

I want to know how it feels to really be happy and content with myself. 17 more words

Life

Nurtured Fire

This flame,

Too brief to harbor malice

Once the past

Has passed redemption.

Seething fury

Consumes the fuel

Better spent

In loving glow.

Forgiveness is… 34 more words

Poetry

Seven Ways Warring Parents Hurt Children

Unavoidable

There is no way to avoid it; every married couple at some point will have a disagreement, suffer from stress and undergo hardship. It is impossible for two (sinful) people to live in such close proximity and not irritate one another. 1,515 more words

Practical Theology

Kindness

It’s Monday, time for a week of kindness.

“Kindness is more than deeds. It is an attitude, an expression, a look, a touch. It is anything that lifts another person.”

Kindness

My Favorite Poem

This poem was written in 1981 by

Jay Higgonbotham.

Jay is an historian, poet, and novelist. He resides in Mobile, Alabama.

FORGIVENESS IS A NOBLE THING… 298 more words

Poetry

Forgiveness is Divine

Relationships are as fragile as a glass or a vase. It’s beautiful when you first purchase it. It may have a pretty design or unique shape that makes you admire it. 722 more words

God