Uncommon SenseWhat ever happened to common sense? Did it journey to the place where all the single socks go? (And do those single socks have commitment issues?) Did it get voted off the island at…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Rev. Kisharblaze Dec 31, 2011.
Forty years in darkness would seem like a difficult journey and a long wait to find the light, but it was well worth the trip. What seemed like a typical night working the graveyard shift at Xerox turned into the beginning of a year of long sought after answers. My job was a solitary one in which I remained in my iPod world for 8 hours mindlessly scanning documents. It was April 16th, 2009 about 3:45 am when it started.
I was just back from my lunch break when quite…Continue
Posted on June 20, 2012 at 12:14pm
I shower down upon you the sun this day to remind you of My light. In this light you find love and in this day the longest reign of My love for the year, for now the light shall retreat slowly. But mourn not the loss of light, but see it only as a time in which My love and light shall slowly leave to remind you that loss is inevitable. Soon will the veil thin again and soon shall the night prevail and the love that shines upon you now…
Posted on June 20, 2012 at 12:13pm
This will be difficult to explain at best, but I am hoping to get at least the gist of this across.
I had a “duh” moment today and it was a big one. Well, “duh” to me, but not so much to anyone else, it’s just that I should have seen this so long ago.
Let me back track first to the 80s (ish). The organic transistor was invented and originally developed to allow paralyzed people the ability to walk again. Once it was developed, it was bought and put under classified…Continue
Posted on March 23, 2012 at 12:01pm
This day would seem grey to the pessimistic soul, but not for me, the eternal optimist, for I see the white beautiful fresh fallen snow. It graces the edges of the trees. It dusts a layer upon the leaves and it paints the rooftops with a soft fuzzy winter hat. Where others see the once green trees turned into mere groupings of lifeless sticks, I see the old sleeping souls of ancient wisdom merely resting for the winter so they may awaken in the spring with the budding of fresh knowledge…Continue
Posted on January 8, 2012 at 1:50pm