Light in the Dark

As I stare out at the gliding snowflakes, I am drawn into my memories of the past year and half. It wasn’t that long ago that I launched out away from Kansas City on a journey of semi self-care and part self-imposed exile. Though I had done nothing wrong, I felt as though I had…

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Deliver Us from the Evil…Me?

Since the Fall, humanity has been on a journey to find its way back to the sacred Garden of Eden. The Garden is more than the shallow modern, hedonistic paradise that we have allowed ourselves to reduce it to. Rather, it is the manifest outcome of humanity in full, right-standing with The Divine!

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Of Witches and Waiting

All Hallows Eve is upon us and as I sat writing up a cover letter for a job, going on and on about my skills and my thirst for learning, I realized that an area that I lack knowledge in is the area of witchcraft. Now, don’t freak out. Just because I lean Orthodox doesn’t…

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Hey God, It’s Me Again

Hey God, Well, here we are again. Another relapse, another bounceback. Still angry. Still confused. Still going. I’m really feeling the weight of the past and the pain of relationships lost. Yet I’m not sure why. I have new friends and I have beautiful relationships that I want to cherish, but the past seems to…

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Facing Fears and Failures

It is quite clear to most in my life that I have been severely demotivated of late. Content-creation and creativity have been absent on all my social media platforms, my intentionality in health and wellness have decreased, and this past week I received an email from my school saying that I have been put on…

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Ghost

I did the rituals. I made this happen. In my despair, I took out the pen That would form the incantation To force out your apparition.   The results were nothing as I hoped. I thought maybe I could have coped With the departure of just one. But instead, I came undone.   Cold, intangible, and without…

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The St. Louie Uee

“ Ya know something I learned about driving in St. Louis is that people tend to make a U-Turn wherever the hell they want!” My friend Murray and I had recently moved to St. Louis and after living here for about two years we are beginning to fit into the fast-paced culture or maybe it’s…

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When the Sun Turned Black

As a ginger, I have engaged in a lifelong war with UV rays. I love the heat of the Sun, yet I am subjected to suffering for my love of light. I used to say a joke to my friends whenever the topic of sunburn was brought up. “Glory to the day God turns the…

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Bibles, Churches, and Spiritual Abuse.

“I think a lot of Christians in my generation struggle as I struggle now. Too many feel this same pain that has arisen out of an Americanized Christianity. Slowly we are awakening and choosing to deal with our wounds rather than ignore them; to heal.”

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OpinonBook

It has been quite the week for Facebook propaganda and debates! Not a day has passed where I haven’t seen some major “opinion war” take place on the feed, and the thing is that it’s been horrifying! Personally, I don’t mind people posting their opinions and having discussions. What I’m not ok with are the results that…

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