What is Time? If no one asks me I know what it is. However, if I wish to explain time to him who asks, I don’t know. —Augustine The funny thing about humans is that we often use words and employ concepts without really considering what these words represent, or questioning the concepts themselves. Why … Continue reading What is Time?
What is your “language of love”? This is not meant to be creepy or weird; humour me for a moment. According to Gary Chapman, there are basically five languages of love: 1) Acts of Service, 2) Quality Time, 3) Words of Affirmation, 4) Gifts, and 5) Touch. Most of us are geared toward one “language” … Continue reading Identity, Affirmation, and Languages of Love
If you have taught me something, you are my hero. If you have inspired me to tackle challenges or attempt things that I would otherwise believe to be impossible, then you made a mark in history. If you challenged me, then you helped shape a life that will never forget you. When I am dead, … Continue reading I Want You To Remember
Are you a people-watcher? I am. Whether it’s a good thing or not, it’s my "default mode" when I’m in a busy location, or around people I don't know well. Being an introvert, I don’t like talking much. So, instead of talking, I like to listen and observe others. Airports and busy malls and shopping … Continue reading Words
Last night, I was visiting with my best friend when we got on the subject of worth. Specifically, human worth. Our worth. This is not an easy subject. Probably the biggest lies I have ever believed are related to it. Deep down, I think it’s safe to say that we all want to have worth. The … Continue reading Worthless
Hey everyone, This is just a quick tidbit of something that TOTALLY BLEW MY MIND this morning. Probably a lot of people are familiar with 1 John 4:18, which begins, "There is no fear in love; but perfect love casteth out fear.." With all the time he spends talking about love, the words penned by … Continue reading Casting Out Fear
It seems to me that our world loves to categorize people. We love to classify them. We love to put them in tidy, restrictive boxes. We love to keep long lists of labels up our sleeves, so they’ll be easy to pull out and slap onto the people we meet. It’s all very handy. Each … Continue reading Who are you?