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What College Writing is Teaching Me

June 20, 2016

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Let’s be open about a few things… I love writing I enjoy content and context Words fascinate me Research has an important place Having those things in mind, it is a little befuddling the struggle I have had in my composition class. It has, in all honesty, amplified insecurities and questions I have about my […]

Faith… do “ya gotta have” it? {Part 5: just write.. unedited}

June 20, 2016

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thick rich cotton blanket covers the sky…. cool wetness of the morning air kisses my bare toes. Fall has come and a new season begins. Is it simply what is or could it be that it is a metaphor for life as well at this moment. “Faith, Hope, and Love…. but the greatest of these […]

Happy Father’s Day … even for the fatherless

June 20, 2016

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On this day I celebrate. I celebrate because though I did not have one consistent extraordinary dad in my raising time of life. I did have an extraordinary mom who was there for all the moments, taught me forgiveness, and unconditional love. Through the years I did have, though I didn’t know for years later, […]

Waiting a Heavenly Harvest

June 19, 2016

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In the effort to be completely authentic and life a #nofilter life, I write. Today a deep winter of my heart was opened and laid bare. For those of you that have lived with the absence of the fruitful spring, my heartaches with you {“mourn with those who mourn” Romans 12:15}. For those of you […]

as a deer….{part 4 in “just write”}..unedited

May 7, 2016

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today was a day. today was a day of growth I planted. I toiled in the soil. Allergies… i didn’t care. I grew. I saw the fruits of my labor both at work and at home. I had great and “sappy” conversation with my sister. I grew… renewed more like it. I thought I was […]

Mother Teresa: Through the lens of Humanism and with the eyes of Maslow

February 22, 2016

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(I recently wrote this for my Psychology course… a minor case study…) Humanism is a psychology theory that centers on the personal worth and inner value of an individual. Maslow, beginning first in the field of Behaviorism, became the “leading humanistic psychologist who inspired much positive societal change” (Friedman & Schustack, 2012, p. 302) The […]

Fire Light Treasures (“just write” pt.3)

February 22, 2016

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photo by: Jason E. Jenkins *All commons license Flickr* There are moments in life that catch you by surprise. Not planned but valued at a far greater price. Moments of laughter, Love, and Tears, Moments that passionately illuminate your fears. These moments of truth Righteous and Pure. Moments spent well, nothing left, everything learned of […]