Two steps back, one step forward; a propelling paradox?


INSPIRATION: There are two ways to perceive painful experiences; a feeling of regret, or thankfulness for lessons learned. In this paradox, I reflect on my own process of introspection. This was what seemed like hours and days of self-reflection; an analysis of the root cause of what I’d call ‘self-inflicted suffering from an internal dilemma’.Continue reading “Two steps back, one step forward; a propelling paradox?”

The 70*7 Forgiveness rule


Prior to writing this blog, I reached out to a Theologian friend of mine to find out why Peter, in Matthew 18: 21-35, suggested that forgiving 7 times was a fair standard. This is what he said; I think there was a Rabbinic debate about it and it was considered that forgiving your neighbor 3Continue reading “The 70*7 Forgiveness rule”

Freedom From the Ruins(a poem)


They said to throw the hurt out of the window. Which part of it goes though? And which part remains? For I may have invested myself a little too much to be feeling this excruciating pinch; or so it felt, at first. Once the ice melts into the water, does the chill it gives decipherContinue reading “Freedom From the Ruins(a poem)”