It is interesting to me how different organs of the body became associated with parts of the human psyche. Really, it is all happening in the brain. If I say that my heart is divided, everyone understands that it is actually my mind that is being pulled in two different directions. God should be the... Continue Reading →
An Adulterous Heart
I have to confess that I am in the middle of reading The Hunger Games books. It has been a while since I have read any fiction, and I am beginning to think that it isn’t good for me. The problem is that even a little bit of romance can stir up longings within me.... Continue Reading →
Looking For Romance (in all the wrong places)
One of the most difficult things for me as a blogger, is handling the disconnect between topics I am passionate about and what people want to read about. Often the blogs that mean the most to me, and that I spent the most time on, receive the fewest views. I was looking at the numbers,... Continue Reading →
Romance Isn’t Dead. . .
I am an introspective kind of person, so in the past month, as I’ve struggled to ‘take every thought captive’ (2 Cor. 10:5) I have also tried to figure out why I am having a thought problem at all. It feels as though it cropped up randomly, during a time when I had been feeling... Continue Reading →
What’s the Opposite of Explosive Decompression?
Loneliness can be dangerous. When I let myself dwell on it, and let my heart feel empty, it becomes a vacuum that will suck in whatever is placed in front of it. I struggle with the longing in my heart to be loved and have romance, yet I know that these desires can be deceptive.... Continue Reading →