It has been forever since I have blogged or written anything for public consumption.
There’s a vulnerability associated with writing that makes me uncomfortable. My personal persona is engaging and extroverted, but in reality, I am a quiet contemplative person who has a strong introverted self. My introverted self refuses to write and speak to a wide audience because I am opinionated and have strong opinions about life. As I look around and witness the demise of our country, culture, politics, and churches, maybe it’s time to speak up, and speak out and address some of these issues. If what I have to say touches or changes one person, or situation, it will be worth the time it took to write.
Better yet would be if people seriously rethought their lives, relationships and their purpose for living.
For those who read and engage with my blog, you may or may not agree with my opinion or assessment of a situation or topic. American culture is so entrenched in the sublime and ridiculous that what I have to say may be offensive to those who are mired in the mud of status quo. America has lost her way and is afloat in a sea of godless stupidity. You don’t have to look far to see it. Check out Washington, DC and the insanity of politics!!
Go to houses of worship where most people dress like they’ve been to a rodeo and moved on to a rock concert. Music that is to usher us into the Presence of the Holy Spirit is so loud and offensive that many attendees stand outside the sanctuary or worse yet, in the parking lot.
Many church members are so fed up with the charade that they don’t go to church anymore.
And we wonder why there’s no revival in America.
Pastors have to dress alike and look alike for some ridiculous reason. They are no longer free to be who God created them to be and dress according to their preferences. Pastors and church leadership are so busy trying to be hip and chase down millennials that they have lost their way.
If they sought God as much as they sought millennial attendance, maybe there would be a shift in the American church.
And on the topic of women! Oh, the plight of women from the beginning of time. As a psychologist, I specialized in women’s issues, so I have a lot to say to women of all ages. It is time for all of us to get up and release ourselves from the bondage that most of us have lived in all of our lives. I have A LOT to say to encourage women to live life to the fullest.
Well, my friends, we are off and running. Let’s hope I will push through and regularly write. Send thoughts and comments and let’s dialogue about things that matter to you. If you have a topic you want to address, please let me know.
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Let’s join hands and hearts and take this journey together.
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