For years I believed that seeking to please people was kind and loving. I was shocked to find out that my efforts to do so often had a selfish motive.
Bobby was as tall as a man, tried to act like a man, had a pretty young lady by his side, but 17 year old Bobby wasn’t a man. To offer forgiveness and grace to others while ready to throw a stone of judgment at my 17 year old self was hypocritical.
Fear leads us to try and control for self protection or connection but real love only exists when there is real freedom. We can have connection or control but we can’t have both.
Sometimes I ask, “why, God?” I don’t know if He has ever answered that prayer. Here’s a couple things to do and a better prayer to pray when asking, “why, God?”
A man took three years to build a circle of twelve stones that he set on fire and it changed the world.
Little moon shining bright chasing sun all through the night. Quiet beauty in the night from ash and dust and … More
What is the bravest thing you’ll ever do? Contrary to conventional wisdom, the strongest you will ever be as vulnerable and the home of the brave is more than just the end of our national anthem. Where will you choose to live?
Would you say that you are easy or difficult to care for?
Here are three questions to help determine if you are making it difficult for others to care for you.