The Mothman Prophecies, a gripping novel by John Keel

If the Apocalypse draws you, the Mothman Prophecies is the book you should read. This non-fiction narrative shows how chilling the truth is. A book that inspires fear, the Mothman Prophecies is a novel that makes you dread what is to occur in the future. Synopsis The 1975 book is John Keel’s brainchild. It details…

Personal Growth and Change: Three Cheers for Self-Love

Poet Aberhjani has a few words about personal growth. “Dare to love yourself as if you were a rainbow with gold at both ends.” Indeed, personal growth is a form of self-love. Your self-confidence builds when you grow as a person. So saying, it’s time to extend a little gratitude for growth opportunities, painful as they…

Embracing Faith, the stubborn mustard seed

As everyone knows, faith in Providence is like a mustard seed. It’s tiny but can grow into a humongous tree if you let it. The problem everyone faces is that it’s stubborn. And that’s true of all religions. Perhaps our constant struggle with faith is a hallmark of our humanity. Thoughts On Faith: Why is…

The Grace of Miracles

“You will when you believe.” So runs a line from Miracles. This song hails from the soundtrack of the Prince of Egypt, a Disney animated film. One can describe miracles as inexplicable, random occurrences. Rather, these little happenings mold each day. Furthermore, these common, everyday occurrences may not have any obvious consequence. Therefore, people cherish,…

Compassion Fatigue? Here’s What To Do About It

Do you pull a long face when someone tells you that kindness pays, or to pay it forward? Do you feel out of it when someone tells you that it is your turn to volunteer for a good cause? Perhaps you have compassion fatigue. What Causes Compassion Fatigue? Compassion fatigue is a paradox of sorts.…

Bluebell, The Sound of Gratitude

I love bluebells, don’t you? We hear that we must see gratitude in all things, but that is a tall order when the tide turns against us. Being grateful to the Powers that Be, when the chips are down, is near to impossible for anyone. And that’s what the Bluebell does best. This thought raises…