Minding Time

The mind is not a clock. It will manipulate and move anything around it needs to in protecting itself, yourself.

Growing Thanksgiving

The meal is much smaller now, than it had been in years before, The family that has gathered, knows that there are many more. Their faces and their presence, will not be brought this day, It’s a far and silent honor, to the lives at grace we pray. As we give thanks and gather, no […]

Joy 2.0

It is a practice in acceptance, a discovery of more tolerance, and a space clearing exercise that helps in these confined times.

Bound

Ever a reminder that we are the water itself, and not the bubbles caused by the friction.

The Spirit and the Squirrel

to throw them at the wall like spaghetti to see if they’ll stick. Almost a character study in a vampire’s life, there’s nothing looking back at me when I check the mirror.

The Gravity of Time

It is an extended loss, a wealth of the unknown, and often the inability to find closure or completion to everyday tasks.

Conflict’s Illusion

Conflict in all its forms has been in my thoughts these last few months. Brought forth not only from the ravages of a world out of tilt, but also by the inside ones that hide amongst everyday actions and thoughts.

An Army of Our Dead

There is no end that justifies this means. There is not a rational, and thoughtful way forward that incorporates this snapshot of loss, anger, and frustration we have today.

Building Babel

Modern communications biblical lesson No, I don’t like using religious imagery as I try to convey my stories. Yet, the very communication itself is perfectly associated with that piece from Sunday school readings, and billowing Preachers aiming at keeping the messaging on point. Genesis 11:1-9 tells us the story occuring in the land of Shinar […]