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“He thought that he had changed nothing, but he changed something. He changed the thought that nothing could be changed…and that changed everything” This one of my favorite quotes, I came across it one day through a documentary I’ve long forgotten the title of. Cutting straight to the point, measuring change in the confines of […]

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    “From the beginning personal memory has been a vital element in the things I’ve written. But, even so through the poems there is this definite basis in autobiography. I always want them to be more than just annotations of the facts of my life, because while it is true that a poem preserves […]

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   “As the Father loved Me, I also have loved you; abide in My love. 10 If you keep My commandments, you will abide in My love, just as I have kept My Father’s commandments and abide in His love. 11 “These things I have spoken to you, that My joy may remain in you, and that your joy […]

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  The best way I know how to describe me going to Kenya is just that I am “ripe” for this experience. I could go into detail about the changes that took place in me in Canada, and the revelations I grew into culturally and spiritually (losing my religion), but I believe John 15 sums […]

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  Much work goes into being knownSomehow, easily you’ve grown into me,Deep.Like roots sink in sunlight There’s a photosynthesis to this love,And I’m stuck.You burrowed into the best parts of meVeins and arteries. Injected your heart in me,Lost for words.My head and my heart collide Like the shore and ocean’s tide, You’re locked inside my […]

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  “Only a real risk tests the reality of a belief.” -C.S. Lewis Faith without deeds is dead, just as a body without oxygen is lifeless. We sometimes think that testing our faith is confined to the realm of testing concepts or practices alone. It’s like faith is predominantly preached as something we use to […]

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What do you do? When tattered clothing is the fashion And passion is a joke? You choke on words to regurgitate What needs to be heard, though absurd, You tell the naked that their clothes look great. You escape through conformity No deviation from the normalcy of adulthood Find a box and close your cosmos […]

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Miracles in the mundane. Finding paradox in the practical I’ve. never. quite. fit the molds here   A giant in the insect world A mammoth among men Infinite in the eyes of animals   I knew I was too big When the moon sought to follow me Every night as a child. It found me […]

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Remote control kills. Aimed devastation, division of parts Incision of hearts, blood spills. Remote control kills. Aim and press, pain and stress The voids never fill. Remote control kills. Crash of Sounds, splash of light In the black of night concealed. Remote control kills. senses slain, a soul lame The channels change as the remote […]

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  Called to belong Like parched earth awaits a storm We’re torn between what is and what should be Ontological chess Organize men towards the best utopia Can we conquer this earth? king me! Please? Guns and gods gathered Parchments and papers shipped Searching for purpose over seas Babel ambitions with no escape Hoping our […]

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