Not All Who Wander Are Lost

The phrase “Not All Who Wander Are Lost” has been casually adorned as a magnet on my fridge ever since college. Despite its ordinary place, it has always been a personal mantra of mine. The quote just seemed to fit, though I really had no other context of why a quote like this existed. I felt it described my inner life and the  [Continue reading]

Letters: Unholy Judge

From: Me
To: Myself (Journal)
Subject: A Real Account of Things

Summary

They say she’s moved on, but has experienced great healing. Deep down, I know part of what she is healing from, because I wanted her to face her own demons in the void of uncertainty. I rejected her. Soundly. Nearly completely. She had reached out to … [Continue reading]

Letters: Wounded

From: Her
To: Me
Subject: Why?

You dumped me, shredded me to pieces while doing it, and robbed me of most of my confidence (I’m just really good at hiding that). In our relationship you were inconsolable and I continually had the life drained out of me.

At this point I see no point to get back together with the … [Continue reading]

Featured: A Poem Called Grace – A Conversation With God

This poem and spoken word highlights the battle of the common man or woman and the uncommon unconditional love of God. The authors of “Conversation with God” are Sebastian Carson and Tilmon Keaton. You can find more of their real, inspired, and divinely-dedicated work at https://www.youtube.com/user/ImperialLighthouse. You can also purchase a meditation journal to help guide you and sow … [Continue reading]

Letters: Silence

From: Me
To: Her
Subject: Silence

In the Midst of Deafening Silence

I don’t know why I’m writing this. I still can’t bring myself to talk to you. My heart is still filled with frustration toward you. But it is also filled with compassion and longing to know you, and to thank you for the time you spent … [Continue reading]