Unfinished: Too, Pt. 2.

The Lens Blur.

Picking up from Zelipah first entry into the second collaborative Unfinished piece on Lens Blur “Too” left off, Paul Bako submitted a great continuation of the work, and here it is for you all to enjoy. It’s been a while since the initial piece by Zelipah, so pick up on that here then get back to Paul’s continuation. Thanks for reading and sharing, and I wish you a happy new year! 😀

And you, man, you will drink up my emotion and it will soften you. You will give me back in equal measure what I give to you. Because I am never too much, never too little, I am enough.

I am enough to the point that if you know me well enough you’ll want no other because enough is enough. My desires are individual fires yet together they burn brighter than welding rods being put to good use…

View original post 445 more words

Advertisements

5 Reasons Why Many Christian Girls Remain Single

SuperChamp

In 2012 ,I was invited to be a member of a panel at a Christian singles conference. After speaking about living a purposeful life, and remaining pure in singleness, the topic of marriage invariably came up. A woman stood up and started pouring out her heart about how she desired a husband. How she was in her late thirties and did not want to be alone anymore. She said that she was on the verge of ‘settling’!

In an attempt to comfort her, an older woman whom we will call Sarah stood up and proclaimed that she was single at 60 AND had never married. Sarah started to encourage the younger lady. She said, look at me, I am 60 and not married but I will not settle. I want what God wants for me and will not settle for less. I have had many counterfeit men come into my…

View original post 1,134 more words

The right wrong person

We are all seeking that special person who is right for us.  But if you have been through enough relationships you begin to suspect there is no right person, just different flavors of wrong.

 Why is this? Because you yourself are wrong in some way, and you seek out partners who are wrong in some complimentary way. But it takes a lot of living to grow fully into your wrongness. It isn’t until you finally run up against your deepest demons-your unsolvable problems-the ones that make you who you truly are-that you are ready to find a life long mate. Only then do you finally know what you are looking for.

 You are looking for the wrong person. But not just any wrong person: the “right” wrong person-someone you lovingly gaze upon and think, “ this is the problem I want to have’. 

You will find that special person who is wrong for you in just the right way. If have already found that wrong right person, good for you, make them happy and be the best that you can possibly be to them.

 D.S