The Log

The Log of Fragmentary Pleasures

It’s Been a While

I’ve had some changes in life recently: book about to be published, new apartment, more exercise, better diet. There’s been a lot of good going on, yet my mind gravitates toward the negative. For instance, I have a job interview in a few weeks for what on the surface seems like a better job. ButContinue reading “It’s Been a While”

End-of-the-World-osis

Something that turns off non-Christians is our obsession with the end of the world and our getting to heaven. Non-Christians see the here and now, the decaying environment, the political corruption, the wars, famines, injustices, and natural disasters. But we’re focused on who the Antichrist will be, or when we’ll be taken away from allContinue reading “End-of-the-World-osis”

Thoughts on Psalm 13

“O Lord, how long will you forget me? Forever? How long will you look the other way?”‭‭Psalms‬ ‭13:1‬ ‭NLT‬‬ At times we can feel God has abandoned us to the wolves. Maybe we feel we’re unworthy of His love and protection. Maybe we feel so insignificant to not warrant His notice. Or maybe we feelContinue reading “Thoughts on Psalm 13”

Christmas is Coming!

I haven’t posted in a while because I’ve been busy working with a great editor to publish my first novella! More details soon!

Navigating the Stormy Seas of Mental Health, pt. 2

See part 1 here I’d like you to remember that there are no medical cures for depression or anxiety disorders, only treatment to lessen or manage symptoms. Doctors or other healthcare providers who currently claim they have cures, whether scientific or pseudoscientific (aka “natural cures”) are being deceptive. With that in mind, let’s look atContinue reading “Navigating the Stormy Seas of Mental Health, pt. 2”

Interlude #2

Sometimes the happy face you wear slips but you catch it before it falls off. And for a moment you feel it in your hand: you run your fingertips across the sharpness of the ceramic. Then like a china doll you return to your preset position to please your owner, but the frequency of theContinue reading “Interlude #2”

“Worry Not?” Are You Sure?

Everyone gets anxious at some point. Maybe it’s on a first date, or during a class presentation, or maybe you’re starting at a new job. In all these cases, anxiety is an expected, normal reaction. But there are times when our anxious reaction is out of proportion to the situation. Though “out-of-proportion” is a measurementContinue reading ““Worry Not?” Are You Sure?”

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