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Vision Holders

The wave has finally come; the people are waking up… a farmer stands in his mass production field and for the first time, hears the voice of his crop, while a mother in the grocery store realizes that the farmers can’t do this alone. 166 more words


On Writing and Remembering

“I’m a writer.”

That’s what I always tell people who ask me what I do. Writing is also what people say that I do best. I’ve always loved writing–in my diary, at the back of my notebook, on my desk. 564 more words


Psalm 77:11-12 When God Is Silent

I will remember the deeds of the LORD; yes, I will remember all your works and meditate on all your mighty deeds. Psalm 77:11-12

There are times in the lives of people when God is silent. 403 more words


game changer.

I still have a hard time believing this was all real, but it really did happen didn’t it? Those months that have pasted makes me realize that very little time was needed to get sucked into your world. 185 more words

Resilient: what we are

Reading an article on resilience recently, one particular paragraph struck me:

Academic research into resilience started about 40 years ago with pioneering studies by Norman Garmezy, now a professor emeritus at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. 383 more words



These words need a place

But my head can not be its home. 


Now That You're Gone

Now That You’re Gone

Now that you’re gone what can I say

 That hasn’t already been said

The good and bad the sweet and sad… 89 more words