Not Just A Blonde

We are "Not Just" who we seem to be on this Earthly plane, but so much more. We are ALL children of a loving God who is calling us home to Love. This blog is dedicated to those of us on that journey together…

When people treat you poorly and you wonder what to do: choose love. Love forgives, love is patient, love is kind. Love is humble and hopeful. When people treat you poorly it’s most often not about you but it is about their fears, their weaknesses and their darkness. The last thing love does is take …

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Love is the eternal ideal. To move towards Love is to walk on our purpose’s path. Love’s perfection may not ever be achieved in this life yet it continues to be the ideal focus of our attentions. Pure and perfect Love is full of light and life and truth and all good things. We all …

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Who understands pain more than those who have been injured? Who understands suffering better than those who have been traumatized? It is often through our experiences that we develop compassion for others as they struggle on life’s path. Pain brings with it the gift of insight and knowing the needs of those who suffer or …

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We can indeed embrace our Christian Faith and our sexuality without conflict or compromise! God created us to live and love in our own unique way… and this uniqueness need not be denied but celebrated! God loves us as we are! He created each of us to love and be loved as we are and …

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I am not consistently witty nor well-spoken. I struggle with plucking out the best words to use to get my thoughts across in conversation and on the computer screen. Instead, I am stuck with writing things the best I can to produce an essay or a blog post that expresses my thoughts good-enough. I am …

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We need more compassion in our world and in our lives. When we hurt along with others who are hurting, we are connected to them through their suffering. This connection is a pathway for love. We are able to grow more compassionate by getting outside of ourselves and suffering alongside those who suffer. It’s this …

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I cringe at the thought of being called religious. Why? Because of all that word has come to represent. The word religious describes so many who have used their spiritual beliefs to separate themselves from others. These folks use religion as an excuse to justify their judgement and hate against their neighbors. Sometimes these folks …

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