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“There are many creative properties inside of us, but most will only be unlocked when they are exposed by the light of risk”

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  As I think of the things I will do 10 years from now they are not so much an expansion in the sense of freedom in mobility and expression, but a part of the calling. What I mean is just as Christ grew in knowledge, stature and self awareness. Christ also grew conscious of […]

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Apr-2017

I wrote an Ode to share my experience in Medellin, Colombia. One night I went to a jazz show in Poblado and watched this arbitrary group of jazz musicians play together. It was awe-inspiring. Most of them didn’t know one another, but they took turns jumping in and out of sessions. They all played to […]

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“Freedom came from mountaintops And I found I could never fit where I wasn’t meant to be Now I can see the treasures of my heart I traded pews for evergreens I abandoned feedback for birds songs The open air makes things more clear now And I hear the voice I always needed the most…” […]

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  The ocean is always therapeutic for me as it is for most people. I believe there is a biological reset button that is pressed when we allow ourselves to take it all in. At the same time I believe there are several divine intentions God had when He created the ocean. Commonly we think […]

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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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There is something about the wandering heart that finds newness in everything, that not only wanders but wonders in stories being retold and sounds being reheard. A paradox of finding newness what sounds, feels, tastes, smells and looks different.  I sit on the balcony in Nairobi hearing children laugh in the distance and to me […]

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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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