There are too many things that a mother must worry about when raising her children. Food, clothing education, self-esteem, friends, physical activity, bad influences, good grades. But there is one thing that outweighs all of the little things that may keep her up at night. And strangely enough, many parents don’t give it a second… Continue reading Tell Their Story
She wondered how long she had been there. It started to feel like a long time only because her feet began to ache. But she could not stop her endless march down the shiny laminate paths. One foot plodded in front of the other as she tried not to count her steps. She was not… Continue reading Still Walking
Who are You, Really?
Answer the most basic of all questions, one that will set the pattern for your life, your beliefs, your actions, and your choices. Answer one simple question and your inner fighting and turmoil is put to rest. Answer this tiny little question so that the path set before you will come into focus. Just a… Continue reading Who are You, Really?
Someone Else’s Story
Once upon a time a place there was and is A him a her another Pass the minute the moment words and dreams rehearsed in time and place A face his hand her ear choose and regret towards the ever after She finds a breath a voice delight and fullness awakened in the pages Write… Continue reading Someone Else’s Story
Discerning the Spirit
It must have been hot and muggy that afternoon, walking down to the river Jordan. Dirt scratching between their toes and thirst cracking their sunburnt lips. The tour guide raised his toasted arm again over the heads of the crowd, to direct the exhausted stragglers on the right path. A few older women sat down… Continue reading Discerning the Spirit