Monthly Archives: August 2016

The Perfect Storm (Part 3)

  I’ve read that all change, both change for the bad as well as for the good, causes stress. I doubt there are many people who would dispute that well known fact. Bad change, such as losing a job or … Continue reading

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A Perfect Storm (Part 2)

While on occasion a storm will hit out of nowhere, that is most often not the case. Usually, there are warning signs. Meteorologists study wind and weather patterns, such as the jet stream and El Nino, in order to predict … Continue reading

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The Perfect Storm (Part 1)

It was a hot and humid summer day. A typical summer day in July in Western New York. I was oblivious to the scorching heat of the sun and the oppressive thickness that filled the air. Although both surrounded me, … Continue reading

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The Writing of Me

I was browsing my Facebook newsfeed early one┬ámorning when I saw an article titled, “God Wrote Every Chapter of Your Story”. I did not read the article, for the title alone sent the wheels of thoughts in my head spinning … Continue reading

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Scared

Scared. A word that describes much of what I’ve been feeling lately. I’m scared to believe in a God I can’t see. And scared not to believe. I’m scared of being stuck. And scared to move forward. I’m scared of … Continue reading

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What Good?

Warning: This post comes from a very hurting heart. If you know me in real life, most likely you will strongly disagree with what is written here. If you choose to read it,┬ádon’t say you weren’t warned. For a long … Continue reading

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