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Close your eyes

What happens when you close your eyes? What do you see? Who do you see? When I close my eyes, I see my community, my friends, and my family. I see peace, prosperity, protection. What do I see? Once in a while, I won’t see these things. Instead I will …

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Feeling Empty and Lost

As of late, I have felt so incredibly lost and empty, feeling as though God is sitting there watching and I’m just carrying on not making a difference. It’s as though He’s sitting and watching, my prayers are gone with the wind and disappear as though the words were never …

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Confusion

Maybe it was a sign. Or maybe it was just a test. What happened last summer was complete confusion for me. Since the middle of January my family has been informed that we would be moving to British Columbia (where I am from) because of my dad’s work. We packed. …

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A Neophyte Faith

Church. I grew up in it, and learned about Jesus, God, and the Holy Spirit. So what? I became Jaded. That is, I got bored of church, Jesus, and even God. I wanted to be a christian and be following Christ. I really did, but how could I when it …

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Love Always Overcomes

1 Corinthians 10:13 No temptation has overtaken you that is not common to man. God is faithful, and he will not let you be tempted beyond your ability, but with the temptation he will also provide the way of escape, that you may be able to endure it.   Rebellion, …

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You Can Do This

Addiction: The fact or condition of being addicted to a particular substance, thing, or activity. Addictions are becoming more and more prominent in everyday life now. Maybe you’re addicted to something but no one really knows about it. Or maybe you have things that make it visible. Everyone learns ways …

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Tune In, Tune Out

In physics class, we had to do this experiment with an old AM radio–one of those which has a large antenna that extends a mile long (ahem. That was an exaggeration), and has a huge knob which you have to turn… The experiment consisted of tuning the radio enough to …

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Rich and Satisfying

Its officially shedding season! I have pulled out the winter blankets and shedding blade (a brush) from the dark conners of the tack room. My horses and dog have yet again started competing for my attention, only to return me with my own coat of hair! Anyone who owns a …

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Left Behind

A couple months ago, a friend of mine passed away. Death hurts enough when it’s natural, but when you know what I know about this, it hurts even more that someone leaving you of natural causes. She did it herself. I was painting a picture, the picture was a painting …

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