The Fibro Blues

As I lay there on the sofa, wrapped up in my robe and blanket very late, As I pondered how I was losing more and more of myself, How I was losing more and more to this shadow, this cloud, Which never seems to dissipate, Sadness came over me, though Read more…

Resurrection and Resilience

Christians celebrated Easter, Jewish people are celebrating Passover, both have to do with death and a resurrection, a being saved from death in some way.  This week, I want to talk about how we can be living but dead, resilience and resurrection.  I wanted lo start with the definition of resurrection and resilience. Resurrection Read more…

Poem

I saw this poem and had to share it.  I think it says it best as regards parenting.  If I had been blessed with that sacred calling, this is how I am sure I would have felt.

Trust In …..?

Parenting is a tough job, often not appreciated at all, or if there is appreciation, it’s in spurts.  Then you have the added layers of all the stuff youth is exposed to, and all the subjective, do as you please and let everyone do as they please, so long as Read more…

Blessings

My Sunday Blessings wish for all of you. This spiritual journey has been one to really at the core , and at my core I am a philosopher and a Traditionalist.  I love Hebrew Prayer Service, and Catholic Latin Mass, love the oldies, including TV shows, music.  As I look Read more…

Expectation Knocking

Expectations, here you are again, knocking at my door, Knocking ever so gently, yet ever so powerfully. Expectations, here you are again, knocking at my door, Yet, as I have grown and learned that expectations can be wonderful gifts, If embraced in proper measure, without extremes, without Disneyland and rose Read more…

What is Faith?

What is Faith? Faith, Spirituality, and Religion are not necessarily the same thing, so as I journey through life, the question of what is faith is one that I felt was and is worth reflecting upon.