For a different angle on the same subject, you can read this post. A friend of mine wrote it around the same time I wrote mine (the same day, I believe) with no collusion whatsoever. And even though we appear to be of opposite opinion, I entirely agree with what he says.
So often, small happy things get lost in the whirlwind. It's refreshing to come back to in the middle of everything right now. Originally published: 6/2/17
I began reading Jane Eyre after a ridiculously frustrating injury in April and I loved it, so I had to keep the review.
I only read Crazy Love a few months ago, but I'm already looking forward to reading it again someday.
This post was the result of reading Marcus Aurelius's Meditations and Francis Chan's Crazy Love at the same time. It got me thinking about death and, more importantly, life.
This Changes Everything is about how we, as teenagers, should be living our lives for Christ right now. We don't have to (and should not) wait until we're older. We are just as much God's people now as we will be in two or three or five years.
A post on beauty and vanity as something more than a reason to be pitied or a Bible study topic.
Life is still crazy, but please enjoy this post from my previous blog. Originally published: 1/27/17
I wrote this post about six months after I was finally able to open up to people in order to become closer to them and to grow myself. I'm still a firm believer in breaking the mask.
This is a more recent post written after a long stretch of not blogging. It is sort of an examination of why that was and why it was wrong, all coming around to God's work in the lives of His people.