Category: acceptance

Remember

The voices in your head. They can be all-encompassing. They can motivate you to keep going or freeze you in your tracks. They can make you cry…

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We Are All Responsible

The election happened. It’s over. Some people are happy with the outcome, Many, however, are fearful of America’s future; even demonstrating in the streets. Some…

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When the Pieces Start Falling Together

How many times have we questioned why sand has been kicked in our face on the Beach of Life? Circumstances doesn’t go as planned ……

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Surviving the Unknown World

August 1983 The cool air and the long rays of morning sun greeted the three of us as we traveled the long driveway. It took…

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Memories of Long Ago

I remember spending hours collecting soda-pop bottles from alongside the road and returning them to the store for two cents apiece. It didn’t matter how…

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This is When I Begin to Panic

Wasn’t it Spring just last week? How can it be that mothers are buying back-to-school clothes for their kids? All those dreams of getting lots…

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Listen for the Whispers

The Lord said, “Go out and stand on the mountain in the presence of the Lord, for the Lord is about to pass by.” Then…

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Book Review, Red Pen Redemption by Lori Roeleveld

Would you be bold enough to challenge God with your life? Helen Bancroft did in Lori Roeleveld’s, Red Pen Redemption. It’s a story of Helen’s…

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Memories of Treasures Long Ago

Even though my family of origin was pretty dysfunctional, one of my favorite pastimes when I’m feeling a bit low is to remember stories about…

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When Making Amends Isn’t Enough

I felt the clamminess of my palms as I rang her doorbell. She and I had been friends years ago, but the choices I had…

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