Dearest Angela, I am so glad my last letter blessed you! I can tell you have put a lot of thought into it. Please do not be embarrassed to ask questions. So. What if he’s wrong? Good question! Can you believe I’m glad you asked? Trouble is, there are so many answers, I may get … Continue reading Sent On Saturday – Letter #2
Okay, so Adam was there and he was watching. And he knew; he’d heard the voice of God, really and truly, telling him exactly what was the score with that one tree in the middle of the garden. He listened while the enemy fiddled around with Eve’s brain. He watched her tremblingly take the fruit … Continue reading He DID Eat. Part 2
When the woman saw that the fruit of the tree was good for food and pleasing to the eye, and also desirable for gaining wisdom, she took some and ate it. She also gave some to her husband, who was with her, and he ate it. Genesis 3:6 For Adam was formed first, then Eve. … Continue reading He DID Eat. Part 1
The classic human male depends upon the female from the moment he is conceived. Why? It is easy to see: she is the mother and manages his survival. Her hormonally natural tendencies to softness, milk production, multi-tasking, etc., are perfect for this job. Although many may try, no one else can do sustenance like a mom. … Continue reading What Is a Man?
I am not especially large. I orbit my sun. I reflect him when darkness encroaches And give evidence of his brilliance. But when I stand between him and his business-- I'm not impressive.
I've been interested in word origins since I was very little. And I used to think the word "woman" meant, or was short for, "whoa, man!" (Seemed appropriate for public restroom doors.) Even as a child, I could see the "man" in the word. If we go back to the original concepts behind the idea, … Continue reading Whoa, Man!
I raised six children. All that work? WHY?! It is real. Maybe that is the only reason, I don't know, but I do know raising children is good because it is real. It is the most awesome privilege. Nothing compares to molding a human being. What could be more significant than the forming of someone, of … Continue reading A Mother’s Cry