Tag Archives: you

Low Point

I don’t know how else to serve You. I have done everything I could think of. I nurtured brains. I taught them to speak. I made mistakes. But You’re forgiving. You used to Be, whatever that means. I’ve guided, governed, rebelled, ignored, embraced, loved. I’ve done all I can do, and all in Your name. […]

Playing with Words

Round sounds with rhymes in time. And owls and oranges sitting next to eagles and apples. Leaves leaving lovelies. Shapes shaping more than math and yet so simple. Gamboling, galumphing, buttery pheasants. Yes, we can do a lot of clever things with words. But that does not change the game. Beautiful and slippery; words are […]

Nondualism and the Serpent

The serpent that entered the garden. Invited, even. You need me. You can’t exist without me. You need me. What’s wholeness without a little duality? As an unchallenged whole, it’s just too boring. Isn’t it? You always need something else. To spice things up a little. To blame. This constant need to split. That’s what […]

A Beginner’s Guide to Postapocalyptic Religion

My religion is one of stories. Stories written with style. Stories filled with emotion. Stories that reveal truth in the human experience. Stories that point out the absurd. They show me a truth in what it means to be human. What it means to exist. What it means to feel pain. They open my eyes […]

You

I once asked, “What more can I do to prove that I love You?” You answered me with nothing. I asked again. I begged. I pleaded. “Just give me one thing!” You threw me inside like I was nothing.     Well, darling. If You thought that would put an end to it, then You […]