Dwell

25 Apr 19
Clarifying Catholicism: Defenders of Faith

The following is an essay regarding comparative religions, which was required to be posted to a blog for a college project in a Theology course. Its subject matter addresses a prompt on Christian Science. Clarifying Catholicism does not endorse the beliefs of other faiths. However, it is important to learn about them through the lens […]

25 Apr 19
The Breakfast Hall

The ice cubes start to shrink and saturate the whiskey’s warmth while Samuel presses the edge of a glass to his chapped lips. He dwells on dying promises before he tosses his head back and drinks to the past, even if only for a few hours. He beckons the bartender, Belle, over to his familiar […]

25 Apr 19
Down the Dating Rabbit Hole

I haven’t written in a while and lots of reflection has been happening. One, I was told by my therapist and some friends that they think that I have been overdoing it with the number of dates that I have gone on. Did I get a bit offensive at first? Yup. So what if I […]

25 Apr 19
Adam Blewett

Geisha Mouse: Their every instance I was evolved to, there was a attention to detail, that redefined an evocable indifference, with appease of Geisha mouse warmth. Only when the abundance of love filtered through, did I feel the natural harmony awash to gentle appeal. The timing were never without fail, their reasoning to my loss, […]

25 Apr 19
ribbonsandjules

Suicide. Oops I said it. I’m not sorry one bit. Suicide. When will we stop making excuses for why people do what they do. Isn’t losing them enough? We say oh they were sad. Depressed. And maybe, yes. We blame the chemicals in their head, that they weren’t right. They never chose that life. To […]

25 Apr 19
Adam Blewett

To every left morsel in binder keep unrequited bliss if you shall miss Those mortal filtered morning displayed mice forever captured in exit of dismay Geisha mouse can you not find another house enterprising as last to see the day Conversed in a thought they gain acceptance worthy of each exit I’m bound to resound […]

25 Apr 19
irizzie

You would think relapsing is fun but it never is. Not staying I did, I’m definitely still sober but there’s been some complications. I may have smoked. But thank God I haven’t drank. Let’s remember I spent virtually the last 2 years without smoking. I don’t think that’s a loss. I did it for that […]

25 Apr 19
Good Grief: How God Healed My Heart When I Wasn’t Looking

That’s a hard pill to swallow. But it’s one I can finally choke down. That took years! Almost a lifetime… My first job was at a grill and bar and I saw a lot of drunk people. I made a lot of people mad because I would cut them off after three drinks (that’s what […]

25 Apr 19
pause.sigh.go.hi.

After moving to the Bay Area, about 2 1/2 years ago, I went through a really shitty period in my life that lasted until about 1 1/2 years ago when I met my last ex.  It was this dark night of the soul sort of thing where I legitimately wondered if I was ever going […]

25 Apr 19
On The Beat

I’ve decided to start writing a blog. Which is extremely creative – I know. Seen as though you’re glancing upon this blog then you – also know. This will hold information of sorts. Information, which you can ingest, untangle and dwell on. I will discuss matters which are important to me. Alongside showcasing poetry and […]

25 Apr 19
B for Bookreview

  Crime always leaves a stain… Lena Szarka, a Hungarian cleaner, dusts off her detective skills when a masterpiece is stolen from a gallery she cleans with her cousin Sarika.  When Sarika goes missing too, accusations start to fly. Convinced her cousin is innocent, Lena sweeps her way through the secrets of the London art […]

25 Apr 19
Maximillian's blog

Rise up my love, my fair one, and come away. — Song of Solomon 2:10 Lo, I hear the voice of my Beloved! He speaks to me! Fair weather is smiling upon the face of the earth, and he would not have me spiritually asleep while nature is all around me awaking from her winter’s […]

25 Apr 19
gopherlog

The proof is in the pudding “why do the Heathen rage and the people imagine a vain thing? The kings of the earth set themselves, and the rulers take council together, against the Lord, and against his anointed, saying, let us break their bands asunder, and cast away their cords from us.” ( Psalms 2:1-3) […]

25 Apr 19

A single word can mean attraction, desire, passion, affection, or devotion. In English, that word is “love”.  In Biblical Hebrew, it is ahavah (אַהֲבָה). The noun ahavah and its related verb, ahav (אָהַב), appear eighteen times in The Song of Songs/Shir Hashirim, the short biblical book that Jews traditionally read during the week of Passover/Pesach. […]

25 Apr 19
Workhorse (Adam)

Psalms 37:3, “Trust in the Lord, and do good; Dwell in the land, and feed on His faithfulness.” Our bodies need the nutrients from food in order to work and move. If we are not getting the proper vitamins and minerals, parts of body will stop working. Like fruits and vegetables that are rich in […]

25 Apr 19
Human Pages

Read the other Great Myths Here Just before his death, Gilgamesh’s friend Enkidu dreams of the Underworld. While what remains of the story is fragmentary, it is remarkable in part for being one of the earliest descriptions in literature of an Underworld. In this case, it is less a place of punishment than one of […]

25 Apr 19
The Worship Blog

Mark Jones, God Is on at least including psalms in worship (Note: This blog supports exclusive psalmody): The truth is, then, that God is spirit. But far from being simply a metaphysical declaration about God’s essence, it gets us to the heart of the Christian faith: that God dwells in the hearts of his people, […]