Yay! I get to participate in SHARE YOUR WORLD HIS WEEK!
This challenge has been one of my favorites for several years. I hate to miss it but there have been seasons (this has been one) where finding any time to blog has proven problematic. I have learned over 8-ish years of being part of the blogosphere that is kind of the nature of the beast, but seasons change and this one is changing now. So YAY!
HERE ARE THIS WEEK’S SHARING QUESTIONS FROM MELANIE AND MY ANSWERS. WHEN YOU HAVE FINISHED HERE PLEASE USE THE UNDERLINED LINK TO GO AND VISIT SPARKS FROM A COMBUSTIBLE MIND AND CHECK OUT SOME OF MELANIE’S OTHER CONTRIBUTORS.
Why do we have such trouble telling our loved ones that we love them? Do you have that kind of communication issue with your loved ones?
Above question inspired by this short, poignant blog post
This was a problem for me for a lot of years. I think for me it was the result of my gender and my culture acting on me to tell me how my gender was supposed to be in the world. That said, my church has helped me to overcome many of my relational deficiencies.
Decorations for holidays? Spirit lifters or pain in the butt? Or a mix?
A definite butt lift. 🙂
Do you donate to charities? Of your time, do you feel money is the only true gift, or other? (nod to Rory for this idea)
I have been taught that giving to charities is not just a good thing to do but a necessity to do. I believe that when you choose a charity you should give it your time, talent and treasure. This calls for us to discern which charities we belong being a part of and which ones we do not.
Are you too superstitious or have you ever played with a Ouija Board?
I am not superstitious I am spiritual and I believe in the spirit world as a very real part of the physical world. I have done way more than played with a ouija board. From those experiences I have learned that the spirit world is nothing to be toyed with. It can be a very dangerous place and God has warned us off many practices that our culture has made a game out of.
This week please share a photo or image of what ‘harvest’ and “Autumn” mean to you! Thanks!