Now five minutes.
I’m beginning to realize that this blog will probably be the one important writing endeavor I may ever undertake…and so, I might as well stop being so reserved about it.
Ok. Now what to do with the last three minutes.
Please be patient a little while longer.
I am not home. I am with dear people whom I may never see again once I leave next week. That said, let me correct, I do plan to see these people again–so says my soul.
I’ve been without internet.
This time since I last posted has been so emotionally and spiritually significant to me that I’m actually more concerned that I can’t do it justice in writing, than I am timid to write about it (which is my usual disposition).
As I try to write, my chest feels heavy, I so wish to stay true to the theme of my blog, and my life events having stayed so concentrated along that very theme, I hesitate to introduce the stories until I know I can present them in a way that expresses what serious matters they represent to my life.
At this moment, this very timeless instant, I think I may feel what some may feel when say they are “called’ to ministry. But I don’t want you, my precious, priceless readers to make too much of that particular statement. I think since this instant occurred while I was writing my blog, it’s probably mostly my heart adjusting to being at the keyboard again–and not some divine intervention.
Nevertheless, the inner me is undergoing serious transformations which began a couple months ago.
There is one thing I need to tell you outright. I have no idea what it means other than it’s important, and very important things must come of it. A little over a month ago, someone who should have been a beloved and famous star on this earth killed himself.
I also look forward to posting a few notes and photos (of my life events) in the next few days. I think this blog may become a bigger part of my own transformation. I hope it does. If it does, it will be a reflection of growing courage, love, and confidence within me.
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