The pen nearly vibrated in my fingers as I scrawled quick sentences on the Post-It notes before sticking them onto the whiteboard. A million thoughts ricocheted round my mind. My […]
Although I would hesitate to label myself a “good writer,” I do know a thing or two about good writing. Having been classically educated, much of the advice and wisdom […]
“Do you give the horse his might? Do you clothe his neck with a mane? Do you make him leap like the locust? His majestic snorting is terrifying. He paws in […]
Human beings, made in the image of God, are endowed and gifted with the ability to imagine and create. To use our minds and form matter to express and share our emotions, thoughts, beliefs, and experiences. To reflect upon the nature of humanity and reality…
Opening Thoughts In our modern age of technology, social media, information overload, and frenetic lifestyles, finding 30 minutes, much less 5, to crack open a book and snatch a few […]
Belhaven High Scholars During high school, I had the wonderful opportunity of participating in Belhaven University’s High Scholars program. We have three different classes covering World History, English & Literature, […]
All of the following quotes come from G. K. Chesterton’s spiritual biography of sorts, Orthodoxy. If you can, I highly recommend that you purchase a copy of this book for yourself, as well as a new pack of highlighters, pencils/pens, and Post-It notes!
Coffee and friends make the perfect blends. I had the wonderful opportunity to shoot this interview of Jerry Johnson, owner of Johnson’s Coffee Shop. This is a delightful space to spend […]
ast week, we discussed what gratitude is and the benefits of practicing thankfulness in your everyday life. If you are a natural pessimist, don’t worry. The benefits of gratitude aren’t only available to people with a naturally grateful disposition. Instead, feeling grateful is a skill we can develop with discipline, reaping its rewards along the way.
When someone mentions the word ‘gratitude,’ images come to mind of that Thank You note you received in the mail last week, the hug your mom gave you last night, sitting around the dinner table with family and friends on Thanksgiving–the intentional moments set aside to show appreciation for blessings in one’s life.