I will be honest, I am ending 2020 in such a place of joy. This year was a heck of a ride, just as I am sure it has been for everyone else. I am concluding this year so different than this time last year, let alone even the beginning of this year. God has…Read more Habits I’m taking into 2021 —
I recently found a book on my shelf titled "3000 Questions About Me". I remember buying it, as I like books geared towards getting to know people. But, then it just sat, unused on my shelf for a while. I thought this could be a fun time-capsule like journey. There isn't much space in the…Read more Personal Exploration (pt 1)
*Before this post, I want to create some space to share some resources that I have been using to learn more about the current social and cultural conversation. And, I want to be mindful of continuing to create space for the voices that may need more space to be louder, and be heard. I found…Read more a self-reflection.
In January, I shared a bit of what was going on in my life. At the time of writing, I was not sure when the resolution, or healing, would come; the foreseeable future felt dark and uncertain. Concluding that post, I indicated that writing out my heart was forming a sort of closure for me,…Read more Seeds to Sequoia // Seasons (II)
Day 11: How would your friends describe you to a stranger? Truthfully I hate questions like this, because how can I begin to understand how my friends and close family perceive me? Is how I see myself how everyone else does? She is very eclectic, and perhaps hard to place into a box. …Read more Writing Prompt 11: Described to a Stranger
Over the past few days, I have felt it placed on my heart to talk about faithfulness. I want to start by asking the question “What is faithfulness?”. I think a lot of us associate being faithful with not cheating on our romantic partners. But apart from this, is there a universal definition? Oxford Dictionary…Read more Faithfulness
Chapter 3: The Order God gave us His "order" for the Church. He told us precisely what He wanted through His commandments in the Bible. In our arrogance, we created something we think works better. (pg. 45) In the spirit of Cain, we bring an offering we think He should accept rather than what He actually asked for.…Read more Letters to the Church (Chapter 3)
Can you summon what you believe to be your earliest memory? Why do you think you remembered these things? I remember .... Receiving a Zak and Wheesie Dragon Tales stuffed dragon from an aunt when my youngest brother was born Setting plates at the dinner table, and making space in my bed, for my imaginary friends…Read more Writing Prompt 3: Earliest Memories
I have been struggling with what to say after my last post. I didn't think it felt right to just dive into a "fluff" piece, while at the same time, I've been in a period of self-discovery and growth. I was scared to publish my last post. It was perhaps my most vulnerable and open…Read more Worth.
In the past few days, I have encountered several situations and conversations that have made me wrestle with what I believe. I think this is important, as it is in the wrestle that we hold on tighter. I think, also, that it is important for us to name the things we believe and to be…Read more Things I Believe