Monthly Archives: July 2009

Longing for Heaven

So, here’s a brief idea that’s been floating around my head lately.  In my last post, I talked about how uncomfortable it made me that I was comfortable with complacency.  This still frustrates me (yet, I do not change the … Continue reading

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Comfortable With Complacency

Complacency.  A word that has plagued me for the past few days.  An attitude that has been part and parcel of my life for many years.  A state of being that is comfortable.  Yet, when confronted with the reality that … Continue reading

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Embracing Accusation

For those of you who know me, it will come as no surprise that I sometimes can become overly critical of myself, and that if I deal myself enough crippling blows without placing healing salve onto my wounds, I can … Continue reading

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