Psalm 33:18

Sometimes, it's not a bed of roses. Life can always throw us a curveball. All too often, I feel, we read through Psalms with open hands and not open minds. Almost like we lose grasp of reality. Do you trust the Lord's kindness, really? Or do you read scriptures like this and simply search for... Continue Reading →


The Growing Pains of Change

Loving yourself isn't always as easy as you might think. It entails holding others accountable to the same standards you hold yourself to. At times, it means letting people go. Keeping everyone else happy, to your own detriment, is to fall short of the standard you set for yourself. It is to waiver, as you... Continue Reading →


Relationships remind me of deserts. They are vast and leave the travellers in awe. They can also be unforgiving and, if you enter into them, romantic and otherwise, with no direction, personally, they'll kill you. Dotted throughout the desert are oases of opportunity that allow relationships to grow. You can have an oasis of trust,... Continue Reading →

Romeo & Juliet: William Shakespeare

It's been great to take on reading again, now that I'm getting the train to and from work. I started this reading challenge to get me going. My first book was Chad Harbach's The Art of Fielding and today I completed the infamous Romeo & Juliet by... Do I even need to name William Shakespeare?!... Continue Reading →

Chad Harbach: The Art of Fielding

"Each of us, deep down, believes that the whole world issues from his own precious body, like images projected from a tiny slide on to an earth-sized screen. Andthen, deeper down, each of us knows he's wrong." - 467

I Corinthians 2:9

I struggle with the patience side of things a lot. But therein lies my issue, I realize. I often find myself waiting on what has been prepared for me when my heart and mind aren't wholly in the relationship. Just like any other relationship, the reward has more impact when the relationship is the focus... Continue Reading →

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