A Poem: Heaven on Earth

I've got questions upon questions and my mind is racing with this fixation on the glorious mysteries that await upon death. I'm curious and baffled that life could be so extravagant yet so harmful all at once. Churches preach hell and call forward a drive for heaven but can't manage to treat each other correctly … Continue reading A Poem: Heaven on Earth

A poem: circles

I find myself repeating everything. In and out. In and out. In and out. I'm in and out and lifeless, but I can't give up what I see in this. I get up and have no passion. I get up and can't even see myself. I get up and realized I've lost this and I … Continue reading A poem: circles

Christmas

For many people across the world, Christmas is the most loved holiday of the year. When you walk into a mall you can hear the bliss of holiday music and you can see the trees and lights. Many places have Santa sitting on a thrown of red, surrounded by elves, and each Santa ready for … Continue reading Christmas

The Good Samaritan: a Deconstructed Parable

Have you ever felt compassion for someone? Have you ever experienced hope from someone you would have never thought could give? Have you ever felt love from someone you call "enemy"? I think it's safe to say that we have all experienced these situations at least once in our life. You may be asking, "what … Continue reading The Good Samaritan: a Deconstructed Parable

The Social Gospel

Social justice shouldn't be a political issue. Human rights shouldn't be a left or right wing issue. Seeking equality shouldn't be labeled as a progressive liberal idea. If this alarms you, it's prophetic words are doing it's job. The Social Gospel is a movement that began in the United States around 1870. The movement was the … Continue reading The Social Gospel