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House of Bread: From Lamenting to Bitterness

What do you say to someone who verbally expresses their love and commitment to you at a time when you desperately need such confirmation? I’ll never forget my pastor walking into the ICU after the… 940 more words


Am I crazy??

Lately I’ve been wondering if I have a problem with dealing with people.  Seriously.  Little Miss Sunshine over here has been wigging out on folks lately. 697 more words


Grave Mistakes

Got holes in my kitchen floor that my money slips right through
Falls into hands of my landlord who just bought a fine new Subaru… 424 more words


Is it Friday yet?

Wednesday used to be my favorite day of the week, until it became popular for everyone to get so excited about “Hump day!”  (Cue the obnoxious GEICO camel).  84 more words


Learning to Lament

“A time to weep and a time to laugh; a time to mourn and a time to dance”

~ Ecclesiastes 3:4

There are commands in the Bible such as Philippians 4:4, commanding us as believers to “rejoice in the Lord always,”and in case we missed it the first time Paul adds an echo, “again I will say, rejoice.” Yet, there are also commands such as Romans 12:15, to “rejoice with those who rejoice, and weep with those who weep.” 639 more words


Freeing Free Speach

Freedom of speach is seen as one of the basic human rights. Most countries secure it in forms of law. And people interpret it as a right to speak about whatever and wherever you want. 349 more words

A Prowl In Philosophy

A Twit for a Twat

It may very well be, that it is because I’m getting old, but I miss the days when if something bad happened to you, you only cursed out loud, when public outrage meant vehement speaches at the local pub, when public shaming meant disapproving looks for a couple of days in your local community. 262 more words

Blunt; Uncheked And Unbalanced