We believe, almost without question, that our anatomy and physiology were created by God. The heart, created to pump blood through the body. The lungs to draw in oxygen, and send away carbon dioxide. The brain to power and dictate our conscious and subconscious actions. Our gastrointestinal systems to digest our food, absorb important nutrients,… Continue reading God is energy.
You know Exactly who you are And make No apologies. You have a Streak of rebellion In you That will not Be boxed in. You are Grounded, Rooted, and Independent. You won't be told Who you are. You are not Easily intimidated But instead Stand sure In your own strength. And you make A safe… Continue reading bird keeper. | a poem.
I have this quote on the wall in my laundry room that says, “Today I will be thankful for all the little socks & the grass stained jeans & the endless piles of laundry. For there will come a day when the laundry basket is empty and these days will be profoundly missed.” And I… Continue reading the days are long but the years are short.
"A photographer gets people to pose for him. A yoga instructor gets people to pose for themselves." - T. Guillemets I used to be a photographer. And there were many things about taking photographs that I loved very much. Capturing life’s sweetest and most precious moments was really special. This is me and my best… Continue reading reflecting on my career change 2 years ago.
If you've got tattoos, chances are, someone out there has said something to you at least once. If you're lucky, it's probably just some comment about the permanence of such expression (as if we thought they'd rub off or something?) or how they knew someone who regrets one they've got (vett your artists, people) or… Continue reading on getting and being inked.
God cares about history. And, if you haven't noticed, that's incredibly evident because of the Bible. But I don’t even mean the Bible. I mean trees. When you cut into a tree, you probably have seen (or at least heard) that there are rings inside. Like a pattern, they tell the story of growth. But… Continue reading trees, trauma, and the history of everything.
A while back, I had the real pleasure of attending a wonderful yoga event in Akron, OH called Elevate Akron. It was a wonderful time spent with friends and nearly 3,000 other yogis, full of joyous energy, great music, and so many other fun things! I treated myself to some great chicken tacos, a few… Continue reading grotesquely beautiful transformations.
Looking back, all I can see Are the those two green towers And the way you looked at me. I remember The smell of Irish beer on your breath, The knowing smile on your face, And the boundaries we should have set. I jumped in recklessly, Your words echoing in my head. We dreamed so… Continue reading Gatsby, green, and me | a poem.
"You will find that it is necessary to let things go; simply for the reason that they are heavy. So let them go, let go of them. I tie no weights to my ankles." C. Joybell C. I read this quote recently, I admit: rather than the authors voice or perspective, I heard the heart… Continue reading heavy burdens.
As Christians, we love to talk about love languages in marriage. We love to encourage spouses to speak the others love language, and sacrifice the way we naturally communicate love for the sake of making our spouse feel loved. Sacrifice is love, in marriage. You know the love languages, right? If not, a quick Google… Continue reading the 5 love languages don’t stop at marriage.