The Wishing Map 39

Have you ever concluded that your system of beliefs (or non-beliefs) might be founded on falsehoods? If so, what did you do about it?

Mitch Teemley

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Note: To read The Wishing Mapfrom the beginning, click here.

The Wishing Map

Chapter Ten: Lost… (Continued)

Previously: With the help of the immense bird Aviar, Zack resumed the search for his sister.  Meanwhile, Liulah the cloud shepherd was rediscovering her humanness.

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Aviar swept down over the foothills and then, gliding on thermals, swung out over the steppelands of southern Gerd. They flew so close that Zack could make out patterns in the tall grass. He watched stately elk lope across the hilltops, the grass parting around them like waves in the sea; he saw goat-like creatures bounding on heavy kangaroo legs toward protective stands of trees, and was a bit rattled when one looked up and cursed in an actual spoken language.

Neither Zack nor Aviar had had any idea where to look. They knew Gina would not likely be in the Northern Mountains, so they…

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9 Responses to The Wishing Map 39

  1. Heather says:

    Spiritual turmoil. Emotional meltdown.
    Desperate realization that there is really nothing *I* can do to fix myself.
    Best thing that ever happened to me.

    Had to wait for the Shepherd to come pick me up.

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  2. Same as Heather, but also had low self-esteem. Decided to love myself in spite of the fact that our Creator isn’t finished with me. That helped!

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  3. I dug into the Word of God while seeking God’s face and discovered the Word interprets itself through the guiding of the Holy Spirit. God is good!

    On Wed, Nov 16, 2016 at 10:03 AM, Mitch Teemley wrote:

    > mitchteemley posted: “Have you ever concluded that your system of beliefs > (or non-beliefs) might be founded on falsehoods? If so, what did you do > about it?” >

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  4. Love it Now says:

    Yes, I did, I woke up one day and noticed that almost everything what I thought about myself and the world around me was just a reciprocal of how it was. It was a moment of waking up from a bad dream:) Since then (something like 10 years already) I try to be awake every day:)

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