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Sublime Spirituality: Sanctifying Our Darkness with God

Note: An attempted reconstruction of a talk I delivered 19 Nov 2017, in the Provo YSA 101st Ward.

If God’s voice was a musical instrument, it would be a cello. 2,068 more words

Mini Manifestos

Bye, My Beloved Girl....

I didn’t plan to write another personal post so soon; I didn’t plan on writing another post at all tonight, to be honest. But I just felt compelled to write and put everything that I feel into words even though I know I’m probably too grief-stricken to do much more than ramble.  1,667 more words

Blogging

Hope and Healing (Chapter 3)

The Way Home

And they lifted up their voice, and wept again: and Orpah kissed her mother in law; but Ruth clave unto her. And she said, Behold, thy sister in law is gone back unto her people, and unto her gods: return thou after thy sister in law.

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Study In Ruth

What if we changed the way we viewed suicide?

***Trigger warning***

I have often heard people refer to those who have died by suicide as selfish.

Why is that?

It truely doesn’t make sense to me. 460 more words

Mental Health

11/19/17

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Day 16

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God,

I want to find You here,

my portion & my strength

even as I cry tears that are

so much a flood. 444 more words

Poetry

Three Years Later

Dearest daddio,

They say it gets better as time goes on. Well, here it is – three years later since I last held your hand and kissed you goodbye – and the pain feels fresh again like an open wound. 475 more words

Love

a letter to those who have no hope for the holidays

Dear friend,

I want you to know I get you.I don’t understand or know your circumstances. I don’t know the deep places of your heartache. 494 more words

Honest