Be Thou my Vision This hymn is an old Irish composition translated by Mary E. Byrne into English, originally written by a monk named Dallan Forgaill as an Irish poem, “Rop tú mo Baile” ("Be Thou my Vision). Each day, I ask the Lord that He may be my vision, that I may see, my wisdom… Continue reading 7 Hymns that make My Day, Any Day
Each day, as I learn and learn, about what is a social construct and what is not, of the errors we humans have made in trying to make sense of things, of the lack of substance even in my own feelings, and just how little Reality actually exists, Living has become a chore, and the… Continue reading What I am Living For.
I am beautiful! Just the other day, I found out. I had an ankle-length skirt on with a long sleeved tight fitting top. My eyes were done; black shadows and highlights to bring them out, lips; deep red and ready for a pout, and cheeks; full and well contoured. That morning I couldn’t face the… Continue reading Not really Beautiful
This is an expression of feeling dug deep within. Life hands us potions we have no right to refuse. Strength is when once you recognize your need, constant and unattended, and bring yourself out and be that which you need, for the fulfillment of your purpose. Never be engulfed, the sea has no mouth to… Continue reading I am my Father
The Hope WithinA little less hope is A little less Faith and a lot less Trust. Hope! Hebrews 10 v 23 (NLT) "Let us hold tightly without wavering to the hope we affirm, for God can be trusted to keep His promise."Happy New Week! Lwaone
How love enslaves! All the pain and suffering hidden behind the mask of love. Claiming lives and changing destinies each day. When all human beings think of is the promise of happiness behind one big mass of an inexistent phenomenon. How painful to watch. Love, in its truest possible form, is that of God for… Continue reading Love Enslaves