Tag: who am I

Still Life

The juiciness of life found in the core of being our self. Origins. The ripening of soul. September is a month to visit apple orchards. I love a bowl of oatmeal with apples and walnuts and plan to make apple pies and applesauce. Third layer Final layer I made a second attempt at a watercolor,…

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Wounded Healer

I am daring to be look inside me clearly I’m bleeding skin is peeling open wounds healing anyone seeking Help! People talk about wounded healers. Carl Jung described this archetype as personal “hurt that gives a measure of…power to heal” and lived this life, as countless others, who dare to face darkness in order to…

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Rupture

The then small, insignificant step toward the giant leap in understanding man. That was the path she beckoned. It curved away from the light and fear began to well up inside. Depression crippled. Anxiety followed. Still she danced through the bramble, not absent of pain, but carried by will. She recognized the same dilemmas that…

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Remember this and forget that

Carousing through memories, I happened upon a dream of mine.  I recall chasing rabbits down holes and found myself on the other side of reality. Life is mysterious. Adventuring through my mind, trying to piece together a coherent picture of what I want to be when I finally emerge from this caterpillar stage, I found…

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To be or not to be…

rebaptized? Now there is a heated debate, if there ever was one, of whether to baptize infants, children, or only those who can reasonably know what they are doing? So where did I land and how did I venture into this debate to begin with? Lord, help me… Making a long story short, so I do…

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Set Us Free

Today, I am being reminded that I am bought at a cost. I am broken but not crushed, healed and held close to my Heavenly Father’s heart. In the palm of His Hands He holds me, giving reassurance that I am never forsaken or forgotten. I may travel this world, alone and lonely, but I…

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Beginning of life with Christ

Beginning of life with Christ. So you say you’re a new believer… “Whenever you wish to change yourself, but find it difficult, start as children do by pretending that you already are.  As you play at being who you wish to become, the play act itself will surely transform you.” –Cornelius V Wyk Romans 8:28-30…

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Coloring pages…

I still love to color. A fresh box of crayons each September is a treat. My old broken ones are unwrapped, shoved into the oven on an old cookie sheet, to melt and be formed into new crayons. Here are a few of my favorite coloring book webpages.  http://www.crayola.com/free-coloring-pages/ Do not resist what you will enjoy. http://www.janbrett.com/activities_pages_artwork.htm Her art…

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