What Happened to Simple?

All I want to do is write something and post it. Is that too complicated? Well it wasn’t for several years, but suddenly it has become cumbersome, awkward, confusing, frustrating, and yes, complicated. The new WordPress block editor is driving me a bit nuttier than I have been known to be. And I want to… Continue reading What Happened to Simple?

Caves · Re-blogs · Rescue

Cave Rescue Operation

This is a reblog from Kathy Haueisen, a friend, an author and a Lutheran minister. Her questions seem to have no answers, yet should. Cave Rescue Operation By Kathryn Haueisen on Jul 13, 2018 05:28 am When you go through deep waters, I will be with you. (Isaiah 43:1) We were traveling with very limited… Continue reading Cave Rescue Operation

Doors · Norm's Thursday Door Challenge · photographs

Thursday Door Asking for Help?

I’m sharing a view of this door and facade and a close-up of just the door. The woman seated on the step is there most days, and this day she wore a beautiful and bright blue scarf (or is it purple?). And it appears both the door and the woman are asking for help. You’ll… Continue reading Thursday Door Asking for Help?

damage · flooding · Hurricane Harvey · not fair

Help Is Here

I returned home just days following Hurricane Harvey’s rampage through this part of Texas, getting a first hand view of the devastation to some 100+ families, not including the dozens of businesses that were impacted in our small town. The saddest part of this tragedy is most of those affected could not afford these life… Continue reading Help Is Here

Daily Post · Help · Prompts

Help, Let Me Count the Ways

Dailypost.wordpress.com Today’s Daily Prompt is ‘Help’. I yell it when I’m desperate:  ‘HELP!!’ I whisper it with relief when someone steps up: “Sigh”.   I reject it when my ego is bruised: “Go away.”   I yearn for it when I hurt: “Hold me.”   I offer it: “I’m here.”   I embrace it always: “Thank… Continue reading Help, Let Me Count the Ways

Help · Re-blogs

* Brilliant Minds Are Not Enough

Originally posted on Find Your Middle Ground:
Even brilliant minds recognize  that they alone cannot relieve their own distress. “Man is never helped in his suffering by what he thinks for himself, but only by revelation of a wisdom greater than his own. It is this which lifts him out of his distress.” ~ Carl Jung…