“Look closer before your heart grows dark.”
Uncomfortable and even downright dangerous unpleasantries exist everywhere. Will you run?
Sometimes, like dirt on a river bottom, what you thought was all settled in nice lovely patterns, gets all mixed up and you are left with muddy waters.
“God made human minds.” “God made us.” “God exists.” These are three simple sentences with complex rebuttals built in the hearts of rebellious humans
Enzymes jump like water in hot oil across synapses, from neuron to neuron, until some, terrifying or soothing, mundane or wonder-filled, idea has been cooked behind eyes, nose, and mouth of a single skull.
Since I was a child, I’ve seen dead people all dressed up, cold and still, flat on their backs, hands folded across their chests the way my husband says I sleep.
The screams are squelched. The car door opens and the creature drags the girl’s lifeless, limp body into the woods that line the road before the stillness that must come after such violence settles in.
The self-proclaimed sane unconvinced onlookers in books and life expect that their science, stealth investigation, or innovation will eventually clear every messy mystery up and prove once and for all the intense madness of true believers who, guided by the sure light of a divine code, walk in ancient ways.
TWO THIEVES, A MIDDLEMAN, AND SOME PEOPLE AT THE WAFFLE CAFÉ ________________________________________________________________ A Play in Two Acts by a blogger whose blog got a little out of hand Copyright © 2016 …
StudyGuide Lines – Instructional Design Tips for Christian Teachers and Writers Procedure: “So if you are offering your gift at the altar and there remember that your brother has something against you, leave your gift there before the altar and go. First be reconciled to your brother, and then come and…