November feels: I fucking HATE our modern society. I HATE IT. Everything is completely unsustainable and utterly dysfunctional, and instead of blaming these corrupt systems, we have the tragic audacity to blame each other and even ourselves! You and I are merely pawns in a game played and rigged by the elite few in power. … Continue reading The Power of Grief
One of the things I find most interesting about A Course In Miracles is that the writer, Helen Schucman, was merely writing down what was being dictated to her by *something else* (assumed to be Jesus). She didn't know what to make of the material as it came to her. She didn't necessarily believe it. … Continue reading The Example of Helen Schucman
Most of us worship our beliefs about God, rather than God himself. Our beliefs are influenced by a lot of factors, but a major one is the Bible. Many of us worship our Bibles more than we worship God. We worship our ideas about God that we've formulated through our interpretations of the Bible. The … Continue reading Do You Worship God Or Your Beliefs About God?
HOPE: Hope beyond all politics.Hope beyond all religions.Hope beyond our trauma and false identities.Hope beyond our existential wounds and belief of separation.Hope beyond our ravenous hunger and needless overconsumption.Hope beyond our addiction to blame, judgment, and war.Hope beyond our shame, guilt, and false humility.Hope beyond the broken world we see around us, and Hope in … Continue reading HOPE
If you are, or ever have been, an Evangelical Christian, at some point you've probably been told that spirit guides/spirit helpers and communicating with the dead are unbiblical. You may have also been told that the dead folks and spirit guides that people claim to be in contact with are actually demons. I was content … Continue reading Biblical Support for Spirit Guides and Communicating with the Dead
Something that helps me when I start drifting away from myself and getting too caught up in other people is to remind myself of these two things: 1. My needs/boundaries/experiences are valid even if others do not understand, agree with, or respect them. 2. It's not necessary to convince others of the validity of my … Continue reading I don’t need to convince anyone of anything
A poem for my 30th birthday. Hopefully soon I will write a full blog post exploring the theme of this poem.
April 12th, 2019
I often wondered if Home was a real place.
I spent 30 years trying to find it.
No matter where I was,
I never felt like I belonged,
so out of place
so restless and so, so lost.
I just wanted to find a place
to sink my roots into
and grow like crazy.
I begged the land to take me
I begged the people to accept me
I begged God to be my everything
and I begged heaven to somehow save me
But Home was with me all along,
I just never knew it.
I was walking around in it
(even if I was a foot off the ground).
How did I not see
the most visible parts of me?
How could I not feel
the most tangible parts of me?
This right here,
this flesh and blood and bones
this skin and hair…
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This morning I learned that Eric Church, a musician I respect and admire, was a headlining act of the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas, where over 50 people were killed and over 500 were injured during a mass shooting early this week. Eric Church wrote a song afterwards with haunting lyrics asking, "Why … Continue reading The Therapeutic Value of Art and Music