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The point of it all

Sometimes I wonder what’s the point of it all. We work, we eat, we live, we pray, we fight and we die.

We just die. We stop breathing and we cease to exist. 609 more words

Non Fiction

A year in the death of one man: Graveyard as a state of being

I’ve been thinking about the beginning, how one special friend encouraged me to rethink this project, and how that decision shaped what I know about William. 361 more words

Cemeteries

Dear ex

Dear ex
You locked up my room
My bed, my heart
My dreams
How am i supposed to sleep

I hated the fact
That you are only my lesson… 76 more words

Poetry

Thoughts on vocation

In college, I served as a student mentor for a freshman intro to college class on the topic of vocation. I am so glad I said yes to this opportunity, as I can see how the concept of vocation is shaping me still now, helping me to positively frame this season of big change in my life: unemployment due to my health. 508 more words

Home Life

I Cry When I'm Alone

As I wrote about a few weeks ago, my grandfather has not been well for about 6 weeks now.  Yesterday he took a serious turn for the worse & has now been admitted to the hospital for comfort care (essentially hospice).   251 more words

Season's Greetings

August is the beginning of Druid autumn, I found out several years ago when telling a friend that I feel mournful in August, even though it’s still summer.   355 more words

Because You Never know...

Be careful in judging others, for you have no idea what they may be going through.

Estrangement