IIIa. The Shepherd and WiFi – A Meditation on Psalm 23 (v. 2a)

My Heart, the Three-year-old “He makes me lie down in green pastures” My heart reminds me of a 3 year old: full of life and vim, silly, willful, curious, always learning, trusting, playful, quirky, clueless, undaunted, spirited, and busy – oh so busy. The 3-year-old is certain they know everything, including the well-known fact that streets areContinue reading “IIIa. The Shepherd and WiFi – A Meditation on Psalm 23 (v. 2a)”

II. The Shepherd and WiFi – A Meditation on Psalm 23 (v. 1b)

I Shall Not Want –  Of Eunice and Celine. (To lack nothing. To have everything one needs.) I have a million-dollar wardrobe. It is a ridiculous collection of almost everything that I’ve laid my eyes on earth that’s taken my breath away. It’s not tons and tons. But it’s quite a bit (eyes averted…). It’s almostContinue reading “II. The Shepherd and WiFi – A Meditation on Psalm 23 (v. 1b)”

I. The Shepherd and WiFi – A meditation on Psalm 23

It’s 4 a.m. and I’m wide awake. I take several very deep breathes to relax my body and mind, hoping to drift back to sweet slumber. But I can tell I won’t soon be falling asleep. I’m learning to tune in to when He wants a hang out with me. I open the eyes ofContinue reading “I. The Shepherd and WiFi – A meditation on Psalm 23”

Me: The Emotional-Abuser

BATTENING DOWN THE HATCHES His words and gesture hit a nerve. An internal wound. It’s been replaying in my mind all week – in slow-motion, in fast play, when I’m busy, when I’m quiet. I see it in nauseating detail. I could describe it all pixel by pixel. I immediately battened down the hatches. BatteningContinue reading “Me: The Emotional-Abuser”