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Some recent thoughts 

As I sit here eating my lunch I’ve realized a little thing. I’ve gone through so much shit during high school – and it’s not even over yet. 132 more words

Personal

Is it prideful to tell people about your holy habits?

I don’t make it a practice to tell people about my habits of bible reading and prayer.  But today in a church class we were to share what habits we have.  170 more words

Prayer

The Deception of Denial

It has been said that the first step to healing is to acknowledge one’s need of it. Living in denial is a deceptive trap that keeps us in bondage. 356 more words

Healing

Your Never Too Old To Learn From Your Mom (G-uno)

As you get older you tend to forget that you can still learn some pretty valuable lessons from your Mom. My Mom is a complete trip as far as moms go. 328 more words

Relationships

I used to be ugly...

…yet, I’ve always been beautiful.

I have always known God. I have always believed in God.

I haven’t always been a good person.
I haven’t always listened to God. 1,015 more words

Religion

daniellaargento reblogged this on Daniella's Ramblings and commented:

So this is actually very well put! Worth a read and ties in with something I am working on that I hope to publish next week some time.

Pride pageant promo #3

Thank you for watching this video, I am hoping to help host a very successful Kingston Pride Pageant. Subscribe to this blog to know all things LGBT events in Kingston Ontario. 112 more words

a ghost’s whisper

Isaiah 29:1-5

1 Oy! Ariel, Ariel, city where David encamped! Keep on, year after year, let your festivals recur. 2 But I will keep inflicting Ariel, and there will be mourning and lamentation, and I will consider it like a bloody altar. 369 more words

Leadership