Contemplations And Other Ramblings

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  1. Buy Contemplations and Other Ramblings - Microsoft Store
  2. The Ramblings of an Old Romantic Redhead
  3. Let us Ramble: Contemplations on being Contagious
  4. Young Man's View: A Collection Of Contemplations
  5. Not all who ramble are lost…

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Welcome, please come forth. Who will this impact? How important is this story, really? How will it reflect on my kids and the adults they will become? I have to pause and consider why I started writing in the first place. I want to share my experiences, but in a lot of ways writing is simply a good form of therapy for me.

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It helps me when I am stuck in these moments of ongoing contemplation, guiding me through emotions and thoughts. Writing is also a tool I use to clarify my ideas, to share some of the things I have learned about parenting and collaboration in the hopes that others will connect with my words and be motivated to try something new.

I want to rant and rail and be BOLD and call things out for what they really are.

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This is where I am at right now. I am feeling this raw emotion, this pull to speak out; but I have to consider the ramifications, how these words would impact those around me. It is a process that sucks, because I want so badly to just be real. It is difficult to navigate being real and vulnerable in a way that others will be able to connect with instead of causing someone to shut down or withdraw.

I am always in awe of people who can do this well, with apparent ease, and I wonder if they go through a similar process or if this is something that simply comes naturally to them?

The Ramblings of an Old Romantic Redhead

For now, I will sit in contemplation; this place of feeling emotional and uncomfortable and hope that I can find the right words to share soon. Karen thank you for your posts, your reflections for being so open and honest. This is an important question, indeed. And one, as you say, we should never stop thinking about. You have a great way to convey your messages, to invite into exploring those hard areas.

Let us Ramble: Contemplations on being Contagious

Maybe this is my good excuse and I need to get better at making the time for it. I am an overthinker too! And I read and research so much trying to understand and find helpful info for our family journey and for my personal journey. This place where you at now, I think it will bring out a great fruit at the right time and in the right way, you are great at finding ways to get un-stuck and turn it into a valuable message.

Thanks for speaking up, thanks for the invitation to be thoughtful.


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I hope you enjoy your time in contemplation. Like Liked by 1 person. Thank you for such a kind comment, Erika.

Where we Pursue and Promote our Passions

So, is peace contagious? Yesterday in my private devotions I was reading through Luke In that chapter Jesus says the following to the seventy disciples that he is sending ahead of him: Remain in the same house, eating and drinking whatever they provide, for the laborer deserves to be paid. Do not move from house to house. What if what Jesus is telling the seventy disciples is to be contagious with their peace? He tells the seventy disciples to share their peace widely as they go.

Each home they enter should be offered peace. As they preach in these towns, Jesus tells them to proclaim the kingdom of God and to heal those who are ill, but only if they are welcome. If they are not welcomed, they are invited to knock the contagious dust off their feet and move on.

Young Man's View: A Collection Of Contemplations

What if the invitation to the seventy disciples applies to us? What if we are to offer our peace to people when we enter into their lives? What if we are to begin our relationships with others through the gift of peace? We live in a world that suggests fear and carefulness is the correct response to strange folks. What if the very first thing we are called to do is to offer peace? What if we have been going about things all wrong?

Not all who ramble are lost…

Can you imagine a world where the peace of God spreads like a contagion? Can you imagine a world where it inoculates us from things like fear, hatred, and angst? Can you imagine a place where grace and kindness spread like the joy of laughter?