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(NaPoWriMo 2015)

meaning, founded in our breaths,

is bound by our charity.

irrelevance, forged in our words,

is consequent to our unkindness.

© ramon loyola 2015

NaPoWriMo (17 April 2015)

Blog Bucket

Blind Bindings

When did our leaders

lose concern for others and

turn the focus on themselves?


Mighty myopic,

are they not? They can’t see past

their fear, to clearer futures.


Birdversations (tweets) Episode 1: Chip-gate


Hello there

Oh hello mister.

Had a tolerable morning have you?

Not too shabby, thanks for asking. 168 more words


The Age of Irrelevance

Sometime in the past few years I discovered that I’ve become irrelevant. I remember precisely how it happened, though not exactly when.

I was reading a magazine. 255 more words

The drama of other people's lives!

So I’m seeing this girl.

She’s nice, we get on fine.

The best thing about her is that she is kind, gentle, and a pleasant person to be around. 965 more words

The world, the social world, was unbearably complicated, with two billion voices, and everyone’s thoughts striving in equal importance and everyone’s claim on life as intense, and everyone thinking they were unique, when no one was.

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Book Quotes

A Thanksgiving Post

I am grateful to several sources for helping me understand all that I write about below. They are: Nathan Foster (“Training in Irrelevance”), Hess and Garlett (Habits of a Child’s Heart), Adele Calhoun (Spiritual Disciplines Handbook), and, as always, the writings of Dallas Willard and Richard Foster. 2,666 more words

Children's Spiritual Formation