--Elite Writer Alias: monad Name: Bruce ASL: 64/M/California Website:[ Website ] Days Away: 0 Life Story: [ Ignore User ]
Favorites: 44 Forum Posts: 0 Shoutbox Posts: 37 RP Posts: 0 Signup Date: 2796 D 7.66 Years 0.77 Decades 93.2 Months 399.43 Weeks 2.796000e+8 Heart Beats -There you go eggman Quote: If a man speaks in the forest, and there is no woman there to hear him, is he still wrong??
You're not too far off. I'm trying to find something to celebrate in the bleak, isolating and otherwise unfriendly cold of this country in which I reside. I figured if people poetry was running dry, maybe nature poetry would be more fruitful.
It is probably just a season for me. I do not think my growth would be as genuine if I had other Christians to lean on. The great thing about experiencing God solo is that I am certain that the experience is not just a phase or that I am in a club or just going with a crowd. I do long for human companionship and I suppose one day I will find it when the time is right.
Bruce it sounds like you have a rich life, family and loved ones, even through trials. I know how that is. We also just lost a loved one. He was 56, his heart stopped. I am naming my son after him, he was my husband's stepfather.
I have gestational diabetes, another large kuddo. They are scheduling a c section for that day. That is if he doesn't make his debut sooner as I am already having contractions. I haven't gained as much weight this time around but my belly is huge. I measure 50 inches around.
I am also naming him after where his conception location was, Tyden Emmanuel, Tyden like ocean tide as we were by the ocean that night.
I still do not have any friends that share companionship with God. It is strange to be so close to him, and so far away from his people. What does that say about me? Or does it reflect on Christians in general? I am not sure there is any relation to any of it. I believe I mostly don't go to church or get involved with that community enough, but I find the presence of God within me and manifest in all of life, not secluded to one culture of folk.
Bruce you are a great one. Hownyou remember so much detail over the years, humbles me. Thank you for being so swell.