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E-D-I-T-I-N-G

Your fingers hover over the keyboard. You know what you should do, but you can’t bring yourself to do it. Ah, yes: Editing. The dreaded word. Don’t feel bad: it’s true for every author. No one’s thoughts and ideas appear on paper the exact way we imagine.     Especially in environments (your ENG II… Continue reading E-D-I-T-I-N-G

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So You Want To Start Again?

Starting over. I think it's a universal desire, something everyone can relate to; can you?

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New Theme: Wednesday Posts

Hello, wanderers! Just a quick announcement that I will attempt to consistently post a new article, every Wednesday. Themes can range from writing to poetry to theological/Bible findings... If any of you have suggestions, let me know. Otherwise, look for an article next Wednesday! 🙂 Sorry for being so irregular with the posting. :/ Sincerely, PS-Thanks so… Continue reading New Theme: Wednesday Posts

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Inward Hips, Inward Heart

I’ve been doing a lot of stretching and flexibility practice these past few weeks, thanks to Alivia D'Andrea and her inspirational tutorials. Anyway, me being the nerdy theology geek I am, I began to notice a similarity between stretching one’s body and stretching one’s heart. Like this. A big part of flexibility is pushing past… Continue reading Inward Hips, Inward Heart

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God’s Plan (for real, though)

A few days ago, I came home from a trip. My dad told me, “Charles Krauthammer died today. Maybe you’ve heard of this too. Now, do I know him personally? No. Do I agree with all his politics? Do you? Perhaps not. But that’s not what I’m talking about here. To me, having heard his… Continue reading God’s Plan (for real, though)

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Iron Core Interview!

Hello, all my faithful wanderers! Have you been wandering successfully? Sorry I've been gone for so long. I'm going to try to keep up more regular posting in the future. That said, for our grand kickoff article, we have my friend, author Rebekah DeVall, and her  sister ah, character, Lunetta, here. Lunetta is the star of the… Continue reading Iron Core Interview!

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1 Corinthians 2–Notes

1 Corinthians chapter 2 does something big: It explains and encourages. Here is the encouragement: “And I was with you in weakness and fear and much trembling, and my speech and my message were not in plausible words of wisdom, but in demonstration of the spirit and of power that your faith might not rest… Continue reading 1 Corinthians 2–Notes

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Romans: Overview!

Wow, I'm done with Romans already! Before moving on, I will do an overview of this wonderful book. Also, I am very sorry for not doing any chapter expositions or summaries; I will attempt to keep that up more regularly for the next book I move onto. Favorite Verse: “Therefore there is now no condemnation… Continue reading Romans: Overview!

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Raven King Review/Conclusion

And at last! We reach the end! The Raven King is very interesting. Plus, PLOT TWIST. Spoilers ahead! Proceed with caution. The Good: I'm reeling. I still can't decide whether the plot twist to do with Glendower is good or bad. SPOILERS: I suppose if Glendower was still alive, it would have made for an… Continue reading Raven King Review/Conclusion

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Blue Lily, Lily Blue Review

Haha, it's the Blue Review. But I promise it's not sad. What is sad, however, is my appalling absences. I really need to deal with this! But hopefully I'll be able to start posting more regularly. That said, here is our review. For this one, I'm just doing my general thoughts on it. The Good:… Continue reading Blue Lily, Lily Blue Review

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Author Interview!! –The Light

The Light Blog Tour Hi guys! So, I'm doing my FIRST. EVER. BLOG TOUR!! CAN YOU BELIEVE IT Today we're interviewing author Chloe Haddasah on her new book. The Light.  Hey! Thanks for letting me interview you. Can you tell us a bit about yourself (hobbies, interests, unique facts?) Of course! I'm happy to have… Continue reading Author Interview!! –The Light

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Your Name, Not Mine, Be Glorified

...I'm plagued with thoughts of comparison, of guilt, of that voice inside us all telling us we're not good enough. And the hardest part to accept is that that voice is right.

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Guard Your Heart

I'm doing a study of the Proverbs and among the prominent “listening” theme, is a verse that stood out to me: Guard your heart above all else, for it determines the course of your life. I made a connection with another verse (recognize this one?) “Out of the heart the mouth speaks.” This tells me… Continue reading Guard Your Heart

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Waiting on Love

The number one thing that I see so many people—every person, really—desire above all else is love. Deep within us, we know we're not meant to be alone. Deep within us, we desire the love and affirmation of a person—sometimes any person. Ever wonder (annoyed) why almost all pop songs are about love? That's because… Continue reading Waiting on Love

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Contentment

I once saw a book titled “The Rare Jewel of Christian Contentment”. I have never read the book, but the title stayed in my mind whenever I thought of the word contentment. Why? Because it tells us two things about contentment. The first thing is that contentment is “rare”. The second thing is that contentment… Continue reading Contentment

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Kindness

In my article “Why I’m Not a Feminist in the 21st Century”, one of the main reasons I don’t support feminism is because feminism supports a message of selfishness and pride. What’s the opposite? Kindness. Kindness forces us to look out for other people rather than ourselves. Kindness broadens our perspectives on life. If you’re… Continue reading Kindness

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Why I am NOT a feminist in the 21st century

Scrolling down my reader, one article popped out to me: Why I am a feminist in the 21st century. Interestingly, my biggest problem with feminism is that it's the 21st century. If it wasn't the 21st century, I might be a feminist. Back then, there was really injustice. And now, there is still injustice. But… Continue reading Why I am NOT a feminist in the 21st century