- Seeking the Way: —nihilism to suicide – 27 years (part two)
- Seeking the Way: —nihilism to suicide – 27 years (part one)
- Seeking the Way: a magnet toward nihilism
- Seeking the Way . . .
- Grief, Loss, Healing – a step
- Statues, Honor, and Back Roads
- A Short Course in War — working
- Racism Wrapped in Elitism
- Growing Among the Stones . . .
- It’s A Conspiracy . . . theoretically speaking!
Author Archives: Jeanne
This quote from the play Hamlet, “To be, or not to be? That is the question—” this led me to a different question that seems very important to me especially in this time when there is so much chaos, so … Continue reading
Back in the “old days,” many folks grew their own food.Small backyard gardens, small family farms on a couple of acres . . .neighbors shared when the crops were good and during the times of theseason when there was an … Continue reading
Today there is SO much DIVERSITY – every way I turn, I am confronted through daily interactions with people highlighting “differences” in cultures, philosophies, politics, religion, language, food . . . everything! I started wondering how the early followers of … Continue reading
and so my heart cries . . . HOW LONG, GOD . . . HOW LONG??? We have no HOPE but YOU, GOD, to bring an end to the abuses of person against … Continue reading
Isaiah 58 talks about “fasting.” Some people talk about fasting for health reasons, some for spiritual reasons, some for personal cleansing (physical and psychologically), so it is a subject that interests many. While reading Isaiah 58, I noted some interesting … Continue reading
Oh, that poor holly bush . . . bent down to the ground by its ice-covered branches, unable to stand up straight and it doesn’t look like it can survive— it looks hopeless. BUT . . . How often have … Continue reading
Pizza has always been a major part of my life from childhood to senior citizen, but I had never thought about the “hidden messages” in that delicious food that I consumed innocently just because it tasted good. CHILDHOOD: earliest memories … Continue reading
to everything, there is a season . . . I have heard that passage from Ecclesiastes 3 read many times and I have heard it applied to many situations, but somehow, right now, it holds a depth of meaning I … Continue reading
TODAY . . . today, a 24-hour time period—a man-defined period that tends to turn into weeks and months and years and decades and centuries leaving me feeling like a grain of sand on a very sandy beach . . … Continue reading