Think of him as the Thor of biblical times. Samson's supernatural strength is legendary. It was promised to his parents that, as long as his hair grew, God would bless him with unparalleled, physical strength. He grew up during a time when the Israelites were being punished for ignoring God. After forty years of persecution by the Philistines, Samson's … Continue reading S is for Samson
Operating from a position of blame or change?
texture by Kim Klassen: 3003 hard light at 60% When you blame others, you give up your power to change. ~Author Unknown It's not my fault. How many times have we heard that excuse? How many times have we used that excuse? Why is it so hard to own up to our part of a … Continue reading Operating from a position of blame or change?
H is for Hadassah
Her story is filled with scandal. Political scheming, mass murder plots, divorce, seduction, deception, sleeping your way to the top.... And it's in the bible. Whaaatttt? Let's back up and start at the beginning. Once upon a time there was a sweet little Jewish girl named Hadassah. She lived from 486-465 BC in Persia (modern-day Iran) … Continue reading H is for Hadassah
November is in the wind
Sometimes in the winds of change we find our true direction. ~Unknown When, exactly, did it get to be the middle of November? I look at the calendar and can't believe Thanksgiving is almost here. Does it sneak up on anyone else? After all, it's not like we don't know it's coming. It happens the … Continue reading November is in the wind
I am part of all that I’ve met
Textures by Kim Klassen: Appreciate at 50% Multiply and Savor at 100% Soft Light I am part of all that I have met. ~Alfred Lord Tennyson I know, I know! I'm late, Late, LATE! Quotography's theme this week is focused on Alfred Lord Tennyson. If you've read any of his poems, you know he's quite … Continue reading I am part of all that I’ve met