Sunday Thought …

I realize there is not alliteration going on with this post, but I have been thinking about something I have advised others NOT to do and yet I have found myself doing - that is, "snooping" on Facebook (not really "snooping" as much as just LOOKING) and inadvertently comparing myself and my life with others … Continue reading Sunday Thought …

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My SOUL Sunday – Nightmares Revisited

Sticking with the alliteration ...Today I realized something very important. I have been having similar dreams as I was having when I discussed them in my post about nightmares and why I thought the people I didn't really care about were the ones "starring" in most of my bad dreams. I have to say, I … Continue reading My SOUL Sunday – Nightmares Revisited

One Minor Clarification

I have realized there might be a discrepancy between how I REALLY feel about certain topics, beliefs, "institutions," &c. and between how I have conveyed said "issues" here. I mentioned in an earlier post that I want to start "clarifying" these matters one at a time because, given the very idea behind this "blog," I … Continue reading One Minor Clarification

Sunday Thought – You Can’t Really Say You’re “Not Thinking” About Something If You Say You’re “Not Thinking” About It!

It is Sunday. And this is a thought about which I have been intermittently thinking for a couple of months. Why not combine the two?! It makes for an important but TERSE post!The THOUGHT I have to write about today is basically the idea that you don't articulate something about which you're not thinking. I … Continue reading Sunday Thought – You Can’t Really Say You’re “Not Thinking” About Something If You Say You’re “Not Thinking” About It!

The “Action” of “Acceptance” and the “Action” Inherent in “Faith;” Why God “Doesn’t Give Us More Than We Can Handle” is a Fallacy

Today I went back to visit a friend in Nazareth; I had promised her I would go to church with her so after visiting for a few minutes, we walked up the block to "church." *Funny side note: in Nazareth, there are two "St. John's" churches located literally across the street from one another. "Locals" … Continue reading The “Action” of “Acceptance” and the “Action” Inherent in “Faith;” Why God “Doesn’t Give Us More Than We Can Handle” is a Fallacy