The Glory of a Baritone

The Glory of a Baritone

A baritone is a classical type of singing voice that originates from the Greek term βαρύτονος or heavy sounding. Cheers to all the “heavy sounding” papas who wear their armor of God not for accolades but for the mission of … Continue reading

Best Girl Ever

This is what my aunt told me over a discussion of my current situation. She is the sweetest, we cried together, the ancestral trauma no doubt is weighty yet so beautifully telling and in her three words she conveyed what … Continue reading

It is Finished.

It is Finished.

Sinner saved by grace,Yet, I keep stumbling.Inerrant word of Godthat allows me to walk free from all encumbrances.Sinner saved by graceTo which we belong.Comfort me in my beliefTo be cherished,to rejoice once againfor it has been doneand our end is … Continue reading

Where Art Thou Baritone?

Where Art Thou Baritone?

Never has there been such a time,to let loose into an impression of elation.Albeit it may arrive only after a kind of necessary seasonal disappearance.It’s the ultimate journey of the hero,back into the realm of choice, a cyclical existence for … Continue reading

Hold on Tightly

Hold on Tightly

There is no doubt the war of the worlds continues to rage within us, around us and beyond. It’s business as usual: Satan vs. God, Good vs. Evil, Light vs. Dark. As I wait patiently for the Lord, I set … Continue reading

Neither I Nor The Poets

Neither I Nor The Poets

This sweet greeting on becoming aware was received with absolution in my heart. To all who want to know and understand the strength within you…   “Neither I nor the poets I love found the keys to the kingdom of … Continue reading

Come and Find Me

Come and Find Me

back here if you choose to step forward into the universal cosmic consciousness with me. If you prefer to take the bait that the unwell want you to take then be gone, go find God or whatever it takes for … Continue reading

Tempted

not by a luscious fruit, nor by a fragrant-luring flower but a bench. It wasn’t a sculptured beauty, a simple wooden structure that felt just right at the time. Baby bear wandered into the direction of a park bench away … Continue reading

Nobody Puts Baby in the Corner

Now that it grows duskier earlier, I’ve become more contemplative. Our outdoor fun, especially when playing with trajectory spherical objects, (even after a few minutes pass for our pupils to adjust to the darkness) turns into artillery that blasts into … Continue reading

Simple, Hearty and Restorative

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Just like a homemade bowl of mom’s soup, your nest should make you feel the same! What better time to create this sensation than the first month of the year? Sure you can add fresh blooms for that essential restorative … Continue reading