Tag Archives: motherhood

A Mother’s Plea

My Featured Blogger this week is an African writer whose blog site is entitled Copious Morsels of Everything, but whose name I don’t know. Her birthplace appears to be Zimbabwe (she refers to it in at least one poem). So … Continue reading

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Motherhood

To say that motherhood is unworthy is the unworthiest of things to say. To say that motherhood is complicated is to say that “the Sistine Chapel is a nice little drawing.” It isn’t just the start of life, it’s the … Continue reading

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Self-Esteem God’s Way (Part 1)

Originally posted on My Way Home:
So many people struggle with thinking that they are not good enough (smart enough, attractive enough—check the box that fits). And it’s no wonder, given the mixed messages sent by our culture. On the…

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A Few More Thoughts about Moms

“A mother is a person who, seeing there are only four pieces of pie for five people, promptly announces she never did care for pie.” ~Tenneva Jordan “The phrase ‘working mother’ is redundant.” ~Jane Sellman “God could not be everywhere, … Continue reading

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