I believe Every time we approach God we must re-evaluate what we believe. Belief is not static, it is a deliberate choice that we make each time we commune with Him, often we might quote, Yes, Lord, I believe but help me when I do not believe (paraphrased)Mark 9:24 What do I believe today? I … Continue reading Praying the Creed: Introduction
I thought of you when I read this quote from "Gnomon" by Nick Harkaway - "Poetry is a shotgun aimed at our shared experience," Start reading this book for free: http://amzn.eu/3rhgTXF
How did I achieve this epic adventure? I am sure, dear readers, that you have guessed already, by the power of the written word.
The river was flowing through in a gentle manner. It was not in a hurry. It had time to think and catch up with itself and connect with all manner of people who had played today.
After some hair tearing, screaming, feeling like an idiot whilst talking to my laptop, and general morning of frustration (including a quick trip home because I had forgotten my laptop charger) I have finally, I hope, set up my pages and categories more or less as I want them. There are a couple of glitches … Continue reading Connect vs WordPress
I cannot say that I relate to all of her poetry, but I admire her honesty as a poet. Straight forward language written in a complex structure produces a depth of writing; powerful and memorable.
This really helped me and reminded me of going back to the basics often just to stay focused and keep the passion going. Too good not to post and re-blog.
Do you want to be a successful blogger? Do ideas for posts randomly pop into your head whenever, wherever? Do you think about ways to improve your blog?
How to write more? Better? Faster?
Do you study what the most successful bloggers have done to get to where they are right now?
You are not alone. I do this too. It’s one of my passions. To see what makes the difference. What works, what doesn’t, and to understand the why. Because of this, I can write cute posts like this one.
Here are the seven best habits to have as a blogger.
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I first attended an auction with my father when I was about 11 or 12. It was instant love. The atmosphere was exhilarating. I was fascinated by the assortment of items on offer, from tools, furniture and household items to the fine china, art work and delicate jewellery and accessories.
Walking with God is sometimes difficult. Walking with God is often amazing. Walking with God brings results. My epiphany from yesterday.
After re-arranging furniture I decided I needed a filing cabinet or set of drawers to keep files, papers, bits and pieces and paraphernalia in. This afternoon I took a break and a short walk down to my local charity shop, on the off chance that they would have something suitable going for a song!