Tag Archive | growth

Flash Fiction Challenge: Serving “Justice”

In response to PJ’s photo prompted Flash Fiction challenge (75 – 175 words). Special thanks to Dawn M. Miller for the photo.

Speak Up! Friday Quotes (9)

“Kill your darlings, kill your darlings, even when it breaks your egocentric little scribbler’s heart, kill your darlings” ― Stephen King, On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft. “Like a city with breached walls is a man without self-control” (Proverbs 25:28 ISV). “So the writer who breeds more words than he needs, is making a […]

Film Review- Living on One Dollar (2013)

Originally posted on the cinema bliss:
Living on One Dollar movie poster I will say this: I’m grateful for the things I have, but have also fallen prey to selfishness and envy. In other words, I’m a perfect candidate for an eye-opener!  Living on One Dollar is a documentary that challenges the mind to wander…

“I may be just around the bend, or this journey onward may have no end. But I’ll never stop, my friend. Find my way home” (Fu Music)

Speak Up! Friday Quotes (7)

Speak Up! Friday Quotes (7)

“Indeed, man wishes to be happy even when he so lives as to make happiness impossible” – St. Augustine. “If only we’d stop trying to be happy we could have a pretty good time” – Edith Wharton. “Happiness is not something you postpone for the future; it is something you design for the present” – […]

What is Justice and how is it really “served”?

Originally posted on beautifulmess916:
I have been pretty silent on my blog the last couple months. A lot has been going on but putting it in to words has been beyond my ability. They say grief is a cycle and that you don’t just grieve one thing. Its called secondary grief. It’s grieving the loss…

Blogging 201: TUESDAY MASH-UPS

Cheers to my new feature: Tuesday Mash-Ups To start it off, here’s a small collection of Blogging 201 progress that I’ve found to be invigorating, respectively. I believe a concrete view of how we’re all part of something bigger can help us. Thanks to all who posted! If you’ve read other posts that aren’t included here, […]

14 Ways To Make Time For Reading

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “(Your Thing) for Dummies.” Reading stimulates creativity, growth, and relaxation. Busy-bodies and chilled-out folk alike find the time to experience reading, so why am I struggling to get through one book?

Speak Up! Friday Quotes (1)

“Why did I throw out a negative comment? It added to the general loss of morale without making any useful point” (Gretchen Rubin, the Happiness Project). I can relate. Can you? Share your experiences below if you feel comfortable enough.

Dear Bickering Parents

A sincere message to real or fictional parents. It doesn’t matter who’s right or wrong if the whole house ends up burning to the ground. Talk out the fault you have with the co-parent WITH that co-parent in a godly way. Bear good fruit to that person and focus on building up, not tearing each […]