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Letting Go with Grace

Letting go is hard to do.

Your ego and intuition are pulled in opposite directions, and even though you keep fixating on the “I wish, the “what if,” and the “what could be,” your intuition — that gut feeling — is relentless in pushing your mind in a different direction. 480 more words

Another Fall in Philadelphia❤

(Me tonight – I’m just getting over a bad depression – it’s sort of like a bad, very, very bad case of Influenza (not that I ever had influenza but it seems kind of similar in certain ways) but in the “mind” and mixed with suicidal tendencies) 247 more words

Inspiration

Following God is Costly

Every now and then God will do something to get your attention in a new way. I’ve been in this season lately. The message that comes in loud and clear is the fact that Following Jesus is hard, and we must be willing to die to self. 661 more words

Intentional Living

Reflecting on Resolutions

I think the first day of Fall is a fitting time for this topic. We’re about 9 days away from October, the start of the last quarter of the year. 584 more words

Blogging

Appreciating the Little Things

appreciation

noun: the recognition and enjoyment of the good qualities of someone or something

This morning my teenage daughter wanted to take doughnuts to school for her teacher’s birthday. 360 more words

Intentional Living

It's Kong O'clock Somewhere

At best, it looks like a beehive toddler toy. At worst, it appears to be some bizarre contraption best kept hidden in the bedroom.

Introduced in the late 1970’s, the Kong is a toy (or as we professionals call it, “enrichment device”) that has nearly become a staple in dog-owning homes. 710 more words

Silence Remains...

Here’s the things about life. Sometimes the silence is the only comfort you have in life. Silence doesn’t mean isolation. Silence often times can be comforting. 85 more words