Tag Archives: heart issues

Journey to healing

Preview to Homeless Hearts -Read the Introduction

Homeless Hearts – Coming Soon For many years I worked on this book, Homeless Hearts. I’m still working–editing and rewriting. This isn’t a book about physical homelessness, but about the heart condition that keeps people on the street long-term and, ironically, the same conditions that keep the rest of us living with a homeless heart […]

Homeless Hearts Progress Update

I just made progress on Homeless Hearts! Percentage wise, I’m still around 33%. I seem to keep adding and deleting pages so my percentage isn’t moving. But I am making progress and that feels good. Today I worked on the impoverished soul chapters – looking at hoarding not only in a physical way, but also […]

Green leaves growing wild on beastly hedges.

Dead Things Hiding Among Green Leaves

With all of the rain, hedges in front of my house had tons of green leaves. Growing, thriving—almost ready to burst out with fragrant white flowers. One problem. They attacked me every time I walked past them. Overgrown and misdirected, branches shot in every direction grabbing hold of ankles and bodies. Walking from my front […]

Monarch Butterfly - it's time to flutter.

Monarch Butterfly Release

This past weekend I attended a wonderful event – A Time to Flutter. At the end of our time together on Saturday, we held a Monarch butterfly release. If you never experienced a butterfly release, put it on your bucket list. Butterflies don’t all behave the same way. Some move very slowly, waiting and waiting […]

The Blame Game

The Blame Game and a Homeless Heart

Oh how we love playing the Blame Game. It all started in the Garden of Eden. Fortunately, one king resisted the urge and took responsibility for his mistakes. King David made some extremely bad choices—not being where he should have been, adultery, cover-up and even conspiracy to commit murder. And he pretty much got away […]

We are not fatherless.

Fatherless or Loved by a Father?

I wasn’t fatherless–at least not for the first 10 years. As a child, I remember a haunting song with words that made me sad—sometimes I feel like a motherless child. In the world today, I think more people feel fatherless. A growing number of children spend at least part of their childhood in a single-parent home. […]