How to Wait

I am so impatient! Are you? Do you know how to wait?

All We Have to Do

I'm always busy, always overwhelmed with what I have to do.  I can't seem to sit still. I spent much of my life being busy, looking busy, feeling busy inside.  I remember quite clearly that this stems from a father that you didn't want to catch you not busy, in case he found something for... Continue Reading →

Father / Heavenly Father

A little girl visited my daughter a few nights ago.  They're best friends. She claims to be an atheist but I'm confused about how anyone younger than sixteen knows if there is a God or not for sure.  I remember when I was that age and thought I knew though.  It must be possible to... Continue Reading →

The Lesser Trials

What is learned respect for earned humility? The natural feeling of grateful reflection of another trial overcome? I, too, have been humbled by the enormous but I have failed to respect the provoked devotion one must have to bow beneath lesser trials. It is easy to comfort oneself after the big mountains saying, "Look, all... Continue Reading →

Art of the Sacred Self

SELF-RELIANCE ...The art of knowing your day is done before the sun goes down. SELF-PRESERVATION ...The art of protecting the prices you must eventually pay for being yourself. SELF-SATISFACTION ...The art of being completely enthused with the rises and falls of each trial. SELF-LOVE ...The art of knowing who you are and what you can... Continue Reading →

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