DESTINATIONS

NOT INSISTING ON GOING WHERE I THINK I WANT TO GO

ASKING MY WAY TO THE SPRING

DRINKING THE COLD WATER

FOLLOWING THE CREEK TO THE SEA

TIME IN THE CHAPEL–HEARING THE BELL

BOUNDLESS AND BOUNTIFUL HOME,

THE SEA AT MOUNTAIN’S EDGE

LIFE ON THE SHORE OF ALL POSSIBILITY:

THE KINGDOM OF THE HOLY SPIRIT

BEYOND WORDS-IN THE WORD

FATHER HELP ME.  GRANT ME GUIDANCE

AS THOU WILT, NOT AS I WILL

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6 thoughts on “DESTINATIONS

    • Thanks for waltzing in, M’Tilda. As I learn to manipulate the tools here, it should improve visually.
      The text is actually what is expressive of my intent, so I hope my readers will be moved to respond in kind,
      however they may define it.

  1. If I may, I will take the liberty of leaving some slightly off topic comments with your posts? A book recommendation I will share a bit later.

    Personal request: is there any chance of a different background (than black)? Visually, I have a real hard time with that. Maybe that’s just me…. have a good afternoon, and I’ll drop some notes by tomorrow.

    • Welcome, Sharon. This reply is meant to cover both of yours. The site has only been roughly framed in
      and I had thought the page layout is not quite how I wanted it, so your request may take a while for me to adjust.
      I think I know how to deal with what is causing your reading difficulty, but we’ll just see won’t we? I will be working on it right away.

      It should be difficult to be off-topic here. I am interested in what my writing triggers in a reader, which might be a free associative
      leap or might have nothing to do with what I wrote. Just something that orients me to your intent in writing is OK, or just let me absorb your sending on its own. Each line of DESTINATIONS is actually a potential category heading. It sort of surprised itself from a Table of Contents into a Poem…But then it also demonstrates the free-association way I think, I think.

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