Recently a friend told me that I deserve to be happy? Hearing those words took me back to one of the darkest times in my life–a season I touch on in the links on my last post, DMX and the Ballad of the Brokenhearted. Prior to the emotional crash I chronicle in that and other … More Do I Deserve To Be Happy?
The true you knows what leads to happiness. In the book of Jeremiah, the prophet is told that God knew him before he was ever formed in his mother’s womb and had consecrated him as a prophet. Even though I said that identity is not inherent, I don’t think this proclamation is contradictory. To be … More The True You Knows What Leads to Happiness
Today I came across this post that I wrote for an older blog 3 years ago. With so many different family configurations, I felt that this might be a good post to share again. Recently, I hit a wall with trying to express some of my outlooks on the world when it hit me that … More On Being A Single Mother In A Married Father’s Body
If you are waiting for the day when you will be “happy” all of the time, I have some news for you. It is never going to happen. I know that many people don’t like to hear this. They want to believe that if they could just get in the right situation they can “get … More Lasting Happiness – The Greatest Lie Ever Sold
Have you ever told yourself how you would be a certain way if conditions were different? “If I had this money, I’d be…” If I grew up with this kind of family, I’d be…” Yadda yadda yadda and the list goes on. You know how it is. We do it all the time. And if … More Unconditional You
WARNING: This post can be depressing if you are the type of person that looks for the negative or positive in everything. I love you, but this post is not for you. This post is for people who are interested in taking responsibility for how they receive the world. Everyone else, I have to direct you … More The World Is Meaningless
Turn up the VOLUME on this one. I recorded on low and since I don’t edit these you’ll have to put in some extra effort to hear it. I figure the unintentional stuff is part of the message too so get out of it what you will. So, let’s start with a question: How many of you … More Happiness Is Overrated