God, Poetry, Thought-Provoking

The Sixth Day

There was evening, Then there was morning, When God created this day. Half the day is in darkness, The other half is in light. ~ God called it the sixth day. Making it our day because, Together we made mankind, In our own image, After our own likeness. We made mankind to have dominion, Over… Continue reading The Sixth Day

God, Religion, Thought-Provoking

We Are One, but is Religion Biased?

Religion is a particular system of faith and worship. It is particular to it's system of faith; therefore, it is biased. Religion teaches only about what religion that it knows and understands. Religion does not consider how other religions believe in God and may or may not consider that other religions have equal insight on… Continue reading We Are One, but is Religion Biased?

God, Poetry, Thought-Provoking

Before

All was so perfect before what was time,Before committing our very first crime.I'm sorry because I didn't even know,Our love would be altered from so long ago. On that day, I only wanted what was good,To keep our love that I've known since childhood,I saw that fruit and thought we could eat,I hadn't realized our… Continue reading Before

Faith, Poetry, Thought-Provoking

Life

A distorted reality wanted to play, Since a worldly mentality had stolen me away. In my misery of misunderstood shame, I became overwhelmed with all the pain. And life took advantage of that sweet scent of vulnerability, Capturing me in confusion without any pity, Like cheap perfume it lingered around, Trying hard to hide Truth… Continue reading Life

God, Spirituality, Thought-Provoking

A Brother is What a Best Friend Can Never Be

I am the oldest of my two sisters and, as you know, life is always just a little bit harder on the eldest child. There is more responsibility to watch over the younger and to be a good influence with more strict rules expected from the oldest child. It is almost unfair that the younger… Continue reading A Brother is What a Best Friend Can Never Be

God, Spirituality, Thought-Provoking

Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire!

What does truth mean? Is truth good? Should truth be something we desire to know and understand? Is truth supposed to be universal? The Bible speaks a lot about truth. There are too many references to quote from the Bible about truth because God is truth. God is what is, what was and what will… Continue reading Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire!

Encourgement, Faith, God

Our Body, a Temple; Our Spirit, Not Our Own

A building can hold things. It can keep a person warm and give them a feeling of being safe. A building can hold people who are like-minded to give them the ability to work together for a common goal. God instructs His people to make a sanctuary, so that He may dwell with them: Then… Continue reading Our Body, a Temple; Our Spirit, Not Our Own

Inspirational, Mental Health, Religion

A Conversation About Food with a Jew

Food is unity. Food brings people around a table. Food tells people it is time to stop, commune, learn, and acknowledge one another. Food is enjoying the moment with others while taking a rest from all the hard work that we have done. Food is multicultural. Different food from different ethnic groups can be sought… Continue reading A Conversation About Food with a Jew

Faith, God, Spirituality

How I Fell in Love

Life for me has always been a struggle. I wanted, but I struggled to have. I eventually understood that what I always wanted was something better. I wanted to be better. I strived to be my best. I needed something outside of myself that would bring the best out in me. When your whole environment,… Continue reading How I Fell in Love

God, Spirituality, Thought-Provoking

Achieving Balance with our Counterparts

God is best seen in our reflection. God is not difficult to be found once we understand priorities, respect, and balance. PRIORITIES God is made in the image of man first. God is then seen in the reflection of the combination of a man and a woman when both understand who they are in the… Continue reading Achieving Balance with our Counterparts