When we get to heaven and God is looking over our actions and thoughts, imagine how saddening some of it may be. Just to realize that you thought that. This is not meant to be a threat, because God does not operate on shame, guilt, or fear. But instead it should be a contrast of our earthliness. Continue reading The Eternal
As I stepped outside and nearly received a wet kiss from the low hanging branch of our tree, I noticed how yellow it had become. It had a soothing, golden yellow contrasting with that of it’s still green partner near by. Of all the seasons, fall seems to invoke the most emotions. Winter is cozy, spring is new life, and summer is lazy days and play. Continue reading Melancholy Feelings and Golden Trees
Why do you become friends with some people and not with others? How do you make friends?
I was in a discussion group a few years back when the conversation turned to this question. Some of the answers were if you have similar interests, or if you enjoy being with them. But none of them satisfied the my curiosity for the real reason.
I sat there feeling utterly alone, sad, worthless, and exhausted. I had one of my infamous headaches that I receive when I haven’t had enough sleep and I am slightly dehydrated. I was so helplessly down that all I could see was the other people who seemed to have it all together; not just that, but they seemed to know people, were enjoying the time, and in general “doing it right”. Continue reading Just a Bad Day?
On the last day of my co-op classes it was encouraged to write thank you cards to all my teachers. When I write my thank you’s I feel it is too boring and does not show a lot of thought to just write, Continue reading Thank You Cards