“I stay up
until 2 am
it as at this time
I can use the lateness
as an excuse
to say terribly emotional things
and get away with saying them.
Let me tell you
I am constantly
thinking of these things
that I say to you
at 2 am.”
— 2 am means freedom. (via youmakemewannabebrave)
spending the weekend with my little (well, younger brother he towers over me) i am reminded that he has taught me more about love and life than any other person i know. he is the most caring, generous and loving man – not just to those who show love to him, but also those whose love he will never see in return. he gives without expecting, shares his heart with strangers and is quick to lend a hand to anyone in need. he has been broken and hurt by compassion too many times yet he stands up to help those who’ve pushed him down every time.he has shown me the heart of Christ and challenged me to live closer to Him. he has asked me to seek to forgive those who depleted my soul, when i only could speak words against them.
he is my bestest friend. my Superman.
seriously – writing after 2:00am is dangerous. i have 4 drafts and they all scream “sleep on me” before posting. maybe tomorrow they will be ready for the world.
do you stop before a certain time?
“I wake up wanting you. I fall asleep wanting you. I watch a magnificent sunrise and can think only of sharing it with you. I glimpse a piece of amber and see your eyes… I’ve caught a disease, and the fever abates only when I’m near you.”
— Karen Marie Moning, To Tame A Highland Warrior
The funny thing about a mirror is that is shows you what is projected in front of it.
Not the truth.
Not what is real.
Only what is placed before it.
A lie painted to be seen as the truth will be seen in reflection to be true.
If a mirror can be fooled, which is only glass masked ….
Then what is used to see truth?
sitting here staring at the screen trying to imagine the brilliance that I hope to allow to flow from my fingers and onto the page wanting to inspire and reach out, praying at the same time that God gives me His divine words to do so. I hear, “be silent, do not speak, wait on me.” So today I am silent so that I may hear what He is saying.
What is God trying to say to you but you are speaking over Him? Are you remembering that he asked us to “be still?”