I don’t need God… until I do. 

​The bible was written by the average men of their day for the average person to read and understand. It was written by and for grieving hearts,  suffering from real life atrocities.  Rulers who tortured entire cities,  starving people who were left to eat their dying children, genocide,  slavery,  crucifixion, imprisonment,  adultery, conspiracy, murder, bigotry, … More I don’t need God… until I do. 

Great Expectations… Why Can’t Anything Go My Way?

We all have expectations and when those expectations don’t go the way we plan, we become discouraged, angry, hopeless and disheartened. We feel like we’ve lost all control. We act out by yelling, sometimes name calling. Or we withdraw, becoming depressed and anxious. There lies the foundation of insecurity. Insecurity is the most unstable place … More Great Expectations… Why Can’t Anything Go My Way?

The Cure for Pain

Everyone in this world experiences pain. Whether in our mind, heart or spirit, it is an evident truth since the beginning of time for a human to experience the hellish torment of losing a loved one, not getting what we want, or even the physiological pain of fear. Pain is a part of life. And … More The Cure for Pain

Labels that DON’T stick

Christian. Woman. American. Sex. Human. Love. Labels…. They have the ability to either enable understanding or confine broad abstract concepts into little teeny tiny boxes that can actually prohibit true understanding. Depending on our own experiences, perception, etc…. one can associate those words with a variety of concepts from confining to freeing and from flawed to perfection. The … More Labels that DON’T stick

Reality vs. Perception

“An unrealistic perception can completely distort reality.” In the last few years, I have undergone a significant transformation and I have analyzed my experiences over and over again to understand what exactly has happened. What has changed and why? One of the most intriguing insights I have come to understand is how important perception is. … More Reality vs. Perception