Hey all! So just to fill you all in, this is the first post of a mini weekly series that I’m creating documenting my accomplishments and shortcomings of training for my first half marathon. Yes, a half marathon. 13.1 miles of crazy, but considering it’s only a half marathon, I would like to think that … Read morePreface – Week One
Watching the latest interview documentary with Jim Carry on Netflix. This is a man I’ve enjoyed seeing in all movies since I was a kid. After watching the whole thing I realized how much he and I have in common, as people. The way we’ve always gone after our dreams and passions, how he was … Read moreWho We Are, Awaits Beyond Fear.
This post was inspired by a friend of mine. She recently wrote an entry about detoxing, a proper healthy way, after getting a hangover with a few pictures of herself detoxing at the end. In one of the pictures she’s relaxing in a sauna. The way the picture was taken, her demeanor everything about it immediately … Read moreBeauty, Everlasting.
Many people who call themselves minimalists begin their journey into owning less (and consuming less!) through a massive decluttering purge or a drastic lifestyle change such as moving into a tiny home. But for me, purging my closet every couple years and keeping the house organized was never the issue. My parents were neat freaks … Read moreMinimalism 101: Habit-building strategies to minimize desire and consumption
Inspired by thoughts of cultivation. I can’t help but think about what a rush people are in. To be this or that, be here and there. Rushing all over the place without a thought of what it is they might be missing. I know I’ve touched on a similar topic in a past post but … Read moreAwaken to the Sight of YOUR-Self
You could call Joshua Becker an early pioneer of the minimalist movement. If you haven’t read his books on minimalism, you might recognize him from the documentary “Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things.” The Wall Street Journal bestselling author was born in Aberdeen, S.D., and attended junior high and high school in Wahpeton, … Read more‘Distraction from happiness’: Writer encourages people to live with less
TODAY’S ENTRY IS A WORD OF WARNING TO THE CONTEMPORARY CHRISTIANS OUT THERE. In today’s post, I would like to discuss heaven’s hymns. What they are? Who sings them? Where they can be found etc… However, before I do that I must do my diligent research in explaining why I chose to talk about this very … Read moreHeaven’s Hymns
Sitting, working on my seventh chapter for MSB (ideas for chapter eight happening at the same time) and I realized something. I was wrong in a previous posting. Judging by the title of this one I’m sure you can guess what it was. I was wrong to say that our only entitlement as humans … Read moreEnlightenment Entitlement, Addition
Faith can go one of two ways. You can have the ability to see both but like any decision in life, you can only choose one. You can see faith as a ploy, or tool to distract from life’s true harshness. So you choose to keep faith in a narrow range of view. Hearing others … Read moreFaith the Facts
Transformation, this is the purpose of energy; energy is everything and everything is energy. Especially you and me. First there’s the catalyst. In a recent post, maybe about three weeks ago, I talk about the effect the past election has had on not only those closest to me but the world as a whole. Today … Read moreThe Inevitability of Energy