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100 Questions/ 81-90
81. What type of person angers you the most? Liars. 82. What is your greatest strength? Love. 83. What is your worst weakness? Self-doubt. 84. How do you show your love for others? I pay attention. 85. Why are you … Continue reading
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Less Comparing, More Loving
One sure-fire way of making things harder than they are: comparing myself to others. It’s been said over and over again by uncountable writers of happy-life-advice, and I tend to shrug my shoulders and say, “well, that’s part of being human, … Continue reading
Posted in Reflect Tagged acceptance, belonging, change, compare, comparison, compassion, failure, feelings, forgiveness, God, good news, judgment, kindness, Lent, love, needs, receive, repentance, safety 4 Comments
Failure – Etc.
I hate making mistakes. I have a boundless fear of failure. It’s like the end of the world when I do something wrong, and it scares the hell out of me. Even more so when my mistakes affect other people. … Continue reading
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New Year, New Way?
In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world. John 16:33 I’m still thinking about my last post, “What’s Wonderful?”, or at least pondering the state of my mind and heart in writing that. … Continue reading
Posted in Reflect Tagged church, creative, discernment, emotions, faith, family, feelings, forgiveness, freedom, fullness of life, gay, gay rights, God, good news, integrity, lesbian, LGBT, love, relationship, self-love, understanding, vocation, wonderful, work Leave a comment
What About Me?
If I want my life to be different – and I do – then I need to change the way I make decisions. That’s according to my most recent brainwave. The decisions we’re talking about here are those that concern … Continue reading
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