Can beauty be found in Bipolar?

“The best people possess a feeling for beauty, the courage to take risks, the discipline to tell the truth, the capacity for sacrifice. Ironically, their virtues make them vulnerable; they are often wounded, sometimes destroyed.” Ernest Hemingway I believe Ernest struck gold when he penned this quote. How about you? Living with bipolar means I … Continue reading Can beauty be found in Bipolar?

Paul knew what was up

This post certainly gives me beautiful hope in a time that love sometimes feels lost and hard to find

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1 Corinthians 16:14
The general consensus is Paul wrote this letter to the Corinthians between 54-58 in the common era. This verse is from the conclusion of the letter.
I feel like Paul knew what was up when it comes to this particular verse. He’s ending his letter with, well, some good advice really.

Be alert. Stand firm in the faith. Be strong. And do everything in love.

Almost as though he’s presenting ideas for possible rules to live by.

Do everything in love.

Love is my intention.
I live my life by love.
I mean even when I’m crabby and kind of evil…I actually live each day of my life by do(ing) everything in love. (Is it weird that I wonder if Paul would dig it?)

Lately I’ve wondered if I’m not being mindful about doing things in love for myself. That is, living in love for…

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When Battered Heart Syndrome leads to Physical and Emotional Malfunction

“You are not your mind” Eckhart Tolle Ever thought of battered heart syndrome? You know the kind that leaves you totally shattered and reeling from within, out of disbelief and has you staggering to find your balance and yourself. I am trying to survive battered heart syndrome and it has left me with far more … Continue reading When Battered Heart Syndrome leads to Physical and Emotional Malfunction