Editing My Thought Bubbles…

Posted: January 24, 2010 in Uncategorized

I tend to be a pretty straight forward person. I’m not big into beating around the bush. But I recently realized how much I still edit my thought bubbles when it comes to dealing with “religion” with people. I think what passes for Christianity in this country bears very little resemblance to what Jesus had in mind. I see a lot of vain activity orchestrated by men who are more interested in protecting their jobs than making a difference in the world. In the mean time there are a lot of people who really are living their faith who tend to feel out of place in the big religious machine. I wanted a place to talk about that. Welcome to my blog. Please feel free to join me.

Originally published on Sunday, June 6th, 2006

Dwight Said …

I came over to your website from flowerdust….and I thank God that I did. …
Dwight  August 29th, 2009

Raw Faith Said …

Dwight… thanks so much for stopping by. I post infrequently but normally it’s something that’s really on my heart. I try to make this blog and the other places I post a place where we can discuss what’s going on in our lives in a more reality based way. That’s what I love about Flower Dust too. 🙂   August 29th, 2009

Pam Mark Hall Said …

I think you and I see eye to eye on many things. You go girl.
Will you do me a favor and revisit my blog http://www.pammarkhall.blogspot.com on the “Summary of ‘Ignore Everybody’ and 39 Other Keys to Creativity'” ? It will be linked next week by Derek Sivers (founder of CD Baby) with other bloggers who’ve made comments. You are a jewel.
Pam Mark Hall   January 20th, 2010


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