I swear, I'm not anti-social. In fact, I need socialization. I crave belonging, and I long for friendship, conversation and laughter like anyone else. I just do socialization a little differently than you do.
Vanity, pride, and a deep love for pretty things bred a severe self-loathing at my mediocrity. Anyone smarter, lovelier and more talented was automatically categorized as "enemy"—specially favored and preferred by God.
My life is full to the brim of photos depicting a life that looks nothing like the one I planned to have, but oh, how unremarkably beautiful it all is.
Ah, vacation. When else can you justifiably wake up at 9, lay in bed until 2, and do nothing but scroll through facebook and read books all day? Without feeling guilty, that is. Now that school is back in session and Fall is right around the corner, there's a summer-lovin' part of my heart that … Continue reading When Being Busy Isn’t Beneficial: Why we need more margin
Ignorant, yet well-meaning people. Is there anyone in the world so dangerously unaware?
I boast in my weakness, not because I take pride in who I've been, or what I've done. I'm not so proud of where I've been, so much as I am proud of how far He went to reach me... And how far He's taken me since.
I firmly believe that being at LifePoint church has salvaged what was left of my hope in salvation.