Reading My Tea Leaves

Reading My Tea Leaves

Storms inevitably roll into our lives. An astute captain knows when the time arrives to raise anchor, lower the sails, and ride out the storm. “Into this house we’re bornInto this world we’re thrownLike a dog without at boneAn Actor … Continue reading

Drifting

Drifting

The further society drifts from the truth, the more it will hate those who speak it. – George Orwell Let go of the stories and the noise,redirect the flow.Connect within,realign,serve with meaning and purpose.We’re so close. No one does it … Continue reading

The More We See,

The More We See,

the less we knowand yet here we are,another time, another place.Unchanged, upsetting rhetoricbellowing and barking from those in judgment seats.We’re in those days.Time to discern,time to invertand reinsert sagacityas the devilish wiles ram mainstreamand those scripturally awareattuned to the whispers … Continue reading

Deliverance

Deliverance

Once upon a time ago, a five-year-old boy asked me for his hand. I accepted not knowing what it’s all about, nor the toil at hand. A quarter of a century later, that boy, still five-years-old, yearns for attention, searches … Continue reading