Tag: god

Gravity

I keep writing bits and pieces, leave a story unfinished, unpolished by man, a woman at her best. I believe this to be a metaphor, and a good one at that. I’m being rewritten at the dome, reconstructed by the bell, become a narrative unfinished at the workings of God, polishing my beauty with grace.…

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The Child in Need

I’m restless. I’m breathing. I’m crying. I’m restless. I’m breathing. I’m dying. I’m restless. Uncomfortable. I think being alone…this alone…forces me to grieve. It forces me to dive into darkness, confront the fears, the irrevocable silence. I’ve been staring at this white screen for hours, days, weeks…and I’ll begin to write something, type a letter,…

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The Clock of God

A beginner’s guide to the three basic areas of astrology. Learning astrology can be daunting. There are a lot of numbers, jargon, abbreviations, and various areas of application and study that can make it all very confusing. I will attempt to give you a crash course in “the clock of god.” If I am successful,…

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Can You Hear Her?

There is this roar inside her body, a ghastly bellow inside her mind. And all she wants to do is listen to that rage and follow its howls, stand on the ledge of a ten story building and fucking scream. “AHHHHHHHH!” she shouts at the world, belts the wounds out into existence. It takes so…

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Romancing with the Enemy

Showing love when it is worldly-wise to show hatred I once thought love is an emotion, something that pricks my heart and moves me to action. I was wrong, like everybody else. Knowing that God is love changed my mind-set. He loves without any string attached to it. He loves me when I was still…

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God Is Not Free

I read Clarke’s theory of whether or not God can do evil as God choosing to not do evil which, in turn, means that He is not free. I believe that having the power to do something is not the same as having the freedom to do something. Samuel Clarke’s theory of whether or not…

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