Jane Marczewski, in a tweet, once said, “Some people will call it ‘blind denial’ but I prefer to call it rebellious hope.”
This, said by a woman who had a 2% chance of overcoming cancer. Who had a million dreams to live for. Who inspired just as many people with her golden buzzer performance of her original song, “It’s Okay.”
I discovered this post in my drafts, where it had lingered for three years. It helped me remember the creativity and goodness in God’s plans, so I’m sharing it in the hope that it will encourage someone else. I recently caught a view that took my breath away. It was on a hike (I stillContinue reading “Hindsight: What I Now See”
All of us, so simple… We eat, we sleep, we live. We work to live, and work takes our life. We breathe, we bleed, we try. All of us hurting… We feel, we hurt, we hide. We hide the pain and the pain hides us. We fake, we ache, we wonder why.
“Heart, where are you?” I said. But my voice came back hollow. “Surely you’re not dead… Don’t go where I can’t follow. “Dawn can’t stay always away, So turn your face to the sky. Hope can’t stay forever at bay, Awake; lift your head high.” Only silence from the depth, Just as still as before.Continue reading “One More Day – A Poem”