A Chance for A Change
What happens when you leave it to Beaver? Your damned. The logs do clog and stop the flow of water.
Water, symbolic of ever changing times as the tides they are a changing (piggy backed off the song written by Bob Dylan). I had heard that in the bible verses it speaks of how water obeys it’s masters will and that it even begins to calm when the master speaks, peace be still. I like mastery, and set forth to master my own destiny and force my own outcomes. I had a simple plan, think of where you want to be and then work backwards to achieve it. As spoken of in my: Vice Versa” blog post, I see better in reverse.
I would be totally misleading if I did not make you aware of my sheer disgust for lack and my nosey but no-nonsense approach to religion. I lacked the ability to place it, “all” in God’s hands and sit “quietly” while he worked it all out. Since I was born into Islam, churched with the Jehovah’s witnesses, studied with the Mormons and raised as a Christian in multiple denominations, my no-nonsense approach to religion came because the division in religion to me made no sense. So as a fourteen year old self parenting, when I saw a chance for a change, I took it.
Tomorrow’s Post: Wherein does the trouble lye.
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This has been Sharon Saffold blogging on purpose and not by chance because chances are, I will blog again.
Quote of the Day: “Your thinking has to be respected first, before your opinion is.” Sharon Saffold