You know that song which you've loved ever since you first heard it? Then you hear it several times after that just like any other song in your usual playlist. But there comes a moment when it's as if you are listening to it for the very first time and you realize it tells you... Continue Reading →
Where the river meets the sea Where the sea meets the sky One summer day I went there Half wishing you were with me. Where purest white meets palest pink Where trains and temples meet One summer day you went there I wished you were half wishing I was with you.
Last night, panic attacked big time. I was tossed about by big, mean waves of doubt and strong winds of unknowing. I was not getting anywhere with my final paper for the Bible Study Methods class. I tried to talk with God before going on to read resources for the overview and background portion. I... Continue Reading →
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single woman in possession of good education, a stable job, and acceptable looks must be in want of a husband. However different her feelings, thoughts, dreams and goals are in life, this is so fixed in the minds of people around her that they constantly badger the... Continue Reading →
finding one's true self. becoming comfortable in one's own skin - with flaws, imperfections and all. dreaming big and not being swallowed by these very dreams. freedom is submission to the dream Giver. a decluttered heart. freedom is fully experiencing an abundant life, knowing more, not merely knowing about, the very Giver of this life.... Continue Reading →
by Langston Hughes The instructor said, "Go home and write a page tonight. And let that page come out of you--- Then, it will be true." I wonder if it's that simple? I am twenty-two, colored, born in Winston-Salem. I went to school there, then Durham, then here to this college on the hill above... Continue Reading →
There's still time enough to choose Who we are. ~Switchfoot Mine is a geeky heart. I love school. I love classes. I love learning. I love enriching my mind. Learning something new or relearning something already forgotten never loses its appeal to me. So when classes opened today and I attended the first session of... Continue Reading →
I chewed on that thought while going home from work today. It's how my life looks like right now. A blank canvass. Nothing to look forward to. Nothing set to achieve. For some time now this truth keeps slamming into me. Disappointing. Discouraging. At an age when I thought I’d already be doing well in... Continue Reading →