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 …
Those of us with chronic illness often tend to be incredibly introspective - I think this is in and of itself a sort of "tautology" insofar as when we are very ill, we cannot really "do" much but think. I know this is particularly true when I am experiencing a severe flare - I cannot … Continue reading “Tautology” Tuesday – “Know Thyself …”
Here is yet ANOTHER TRULY succinct post! I'm on a roll! *CHEERS!*I think those of us who are "givers" in life - those of us who tend to "give give give" in relationships of any kind - are either the children of abusive parents or narcissistic parents or had some other experience in our early … Continue reading Thursday Thought
So for RIL this time, this will be short! I just had a thought. "New Age" practitioners and "spiritualists" from all over the "spectrum" (whatever spectrum that is, I'm not quite sure ...) draw attention to the duality of the "self" - the fact that there is the conscious self and then there is the … Continue reading Tuesday TRUTH
I have been struggling for the last decade not only with the physical symptoms and other manifestations of chronic illness but with the innumerable issues that come with NOT being "functional" and all of the emotions that come with it. Today I have been trying to sort things out in my head a little bit … Continue reading Overwhelmed.
I have started writing several "posts" now for this week but I keep going back to this handful of ideas I have in general so I'm just going with that for now and perhaps next week I will finish up the "almost done" posts. AT ANY RATE! I believe it was on my YouTube channel … Continue reading ‘THINK ABOUT IT’ THURSDAY!
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