Peering into the man who sits in the waking hour I share the thoughts he has and the things that he desires Observing his every motion feeling those aches and pains Looking at the day ahead wondering how we will maintain I tell him, ‘we are only in the now’ but he lives in another time He searches for good reason to dwell on what … Continue reading Us
Tell me, my friend, what it’s like being me Have I forgotten what I had chosen to be? Perhaps–outside, looking in–you know better than me Maybe I’m the one who cannot see? Tell me, my friend, how does life look through my eyes? Does the vision you have speak as clearly as mine? Maybe I should step away and give you my mind and see … Continue reading Two-Way Street
How will you change the world today in a subtle, yet drastic way? Will you offer a smile to the downer or selfishly look away? Will the tongue be held with self-control or used to voice contempt? Will the anger emotion fill your space to a prideful, contagious extent? Will you offer a piece of your pie to the man who lies in filth? Do … Continue reading A World Of Offerings
What kind of love is defined as you go about your days? Do you view love as an emotion that slowly fades away? Do you find love in your nights as you hit the bar in town searching for perfect face and body– one night–to comfort the daily frown? Is love found in the food: pizza, burgers and fries? Do you like what … Continue reading Superficial
It has been a practice of mine within the last several years to really observe the way things fall into place. How the life (mine, personally) always has something to teach me. There has been so many lessons learned since I have picked up this practice, and by the grace of God I have come to accept those things as they are presented. I have … Continue reading The Harrowing Sting
You count the sins you see the death that they bring It makes you look down upon yourself and others as you ‘joyously’ sing You punish yourself you throw yourself down at the altar begging and pleading You are prayed over babbling and believing then, told to catch up on your reading It’s time to feel terrible again time for the preacher to … Continue reading Front and Center
There is a good reason why I cannot see eye to eye with many Christians that I encounter. I tend to be very observant when it comes to people. I suppose it is just a part of me, as I have always had that tendency. It is not so much the physical aspects of them, (at a time, it once was and, unfortunately, I would … Continue reading That Particular Sin Is Sending You To Hell!