For Those Who Are Sick

If you want to follow this blog, I warn you. We are emotional, here. We are sometimes frustrated, tired, and some of us are beaten and broken; looking for words that will bring calm to storms that have not passed yet. For the messiah himself was sent to those who were sick.  Some of us are sick. Walking mistakes looking to be healed in places technology has not tapped into yet. Waiting for the ink in this pen to heal the shattered pieces of our souls. You see this pen, all courage shaped in my hand, is here to lift the fallen, to restore the broken, and to heal the hurting. The people here, those who follow this blog and the person who owns it, do not all have it together. So, if you want to join us I caution you: We are not robots mechanically maneuvering our way through social media. We do hold ourselves accountable, I must add for excuses do not live here, but we are not fake. We do not inhale html codes and hyperlinks, and our blood is not made of oil. Though I cannot promise you that we won’t leave stains, for we ourselves are stained. And yet, we know that we will not always be this way because our mistakes make room for healing. So we look for evidence of growth in the strangest places, like cracked surfaces, rocks, and hard places. Welcome.

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6 thoughts on “For Those Who Are Sick

  1. Such powerful honesty; I admire that. Maybe that’s exactly why I’m here. I too have feelings though I try hard to subdue them, or let them slide by, and I have ideas that could be healing, but do I have answers? No. I think that all answers to all problems lie strictly within the individual mind contemplating them. We can talk about our own “solutions” to our, or others’ problems, but the sphere of influence of such solutions does not extend beyond myself. Any extension is an attempt to control another, and as I do not wish to be controlled, not do I wish to do it to another.

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