I started writing blog posts a few years before I actually started this blog. I had a file in Word called “If I Had a Blog” and wrote on it whenever I had something to say that couldn’t be put into a short story or poem. It was my way of processing the world. It was how I wrote about […]
Due to some things in my personal life, it’s been a hard week. Sound familiar? Let’s face it. Life is hard.
Emotions are bad. Or are they?
Evangelism is like vegetarianism.
In leu of a long blog post this week, I have scavenged through my writings over the past year or so and have found a fictional poem I wrote for a class my Freshman year. Enjoy! Oh, and happy 4th to those in the USA! Written 9/23/17; Posted 7/5/18 The moment I saw him, my life flashed before my eyes.
I am an extroverted introvert, yet many people struggle to understand what those two words mean individually, much less together. In college, when I’m more outgoing, people hardly believe I’m an introvert at heart. At home, where I spend more time alone, people hardly believe I have an extroverted bone in my body. Needless to say, it’s a struggle.
In my post last week, I talked about how important it is to listen to everyone, especially those who you don’t really like. But, how do you listen?