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Revised Trauma Response

Revised Trauma Response

I’m having a mild trauma response. Actually, this is cause for celebration. Part of my coursework this semester has me reading about the history and theology of sexuality. Some of those accounts can be rather specific, especially when dealing with testimony giving in hearings. This weeks readings involved an investigation into same sex encounters during the 1920’s. For about 12 hours, I’ve been distracted and haven’t been able

The Answer Will Be: "2016, Houston"

The Answer Will Be: "2016, Houston"

Today was my first day down from a mountain. Have you ever had that experience, either literally, emotionally or spiritually? It’s like sitting in a place where you can see clearly, breath cleanly and have the freedom to be keenly aware of all that is going on around you through every one of your senses. It is those moments that you know life is changing. You want to extend them not only because of the fact that they are refreshing,…

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Unruined

Unruined

I’ve taken the leap, bit the bullet, made a lifelong commitment. No its not a relationship or a job; I’ve simply acquired some new decor.

For What I'm Worth

For What I'm Worth

I’ve been contemplating the notion of my own value.    Over the last few years, I’ve had the pleasure of sharing life with many people as we have plummeted to some of the lowest points of our lives, pulled the pieces together, and begun the slow trek back up that hill. One thing I, and many others, have been guilty of on this journey is comparing my life, my circumstanes, my pain and my suffering to someone elses. It’s as…

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