Monthly Archives: May 2011

3 Things That Put The Kibosh on Quiet Time

Having quiet time is such an important part of having a well-balanced life.  This is a time when you can focus on your thoughts without any distractions and bring yourself back to center.  For me personally, this is a time … Continue reading

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How to Have Quiet Time with God

If you are anything like me, finding time to have a quiet time with God can be a battle.  I swear I was ADHD when I was younger and I just struggle with being still and quiet for long periods … Continue reading

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Older Chests

Damien Rice is an amazing artist.  He is Irish and his songs move me very deeply.  I love acoustic guitar with violin or cello backing and that is what he does. Of all the Damien Rice songs, “Older Chests” is my … Continue reading

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Pedal Pedal

Pedal Pedal At first, I saw God as my observer, my judge.  Keeping track of the things I did wrong so I was to know whether I merited heaven or hell when I died.  He was like the President, I … Continue reading

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Recall Notice

I received the following in an email sent to me recently.  The more I read it, the more it made sense to me.  I mean, how dumb can we be sometimes?  We worry about things and the answer is right … Continue reading

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Against the Wind

I have loved this song for a long time.  It immediately makes me think back to my first love.  It was such a simpler time in my life then.  Somehow though, despite it all we do grow older and our … Continue reading

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Personal Responsibility

Don’t become a victim of yourself.  Forget about the thief waiting in the alley; what about the thief in your mind? It is not what happens that determines the major part of your future.  What happens, happens to us all.  … Continue reading

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