25th day 47th year…(and yeah it’s Friday)

Joan Winifred

Today, Mars 25th is the 47th year year since I first learned to appreciate air aka took my first breath..of life and I’ve been whole-heartedly and whole-mindly gulping it up (ever since)
And
Today I don’t got a migraine (and I’m sane and I’m in…side literally and non)

My heAd is .CLEAR.
Crystal!!!
Aka
I see 🙂
Understand 🙂 my
Stuff
My purpose
My resoluteness
And my weakness

And my struggle

The daily frail frame(s)
I battle and contend with

that which I conquer
In my own mind
In my own heart
Fraught with knowledge

Loyal love
Is (a)job
I’m reminded of Job

No matter the adversity
No matter the loss
No matter the pain

LOYAL LOVE

Is worth it
Aka
Priceless

(This poetic sorta poetic piece of writing out loud aka publicly pouring my heart out is like “wild”talk and so is the above piece of musical “migraine”)

Been studying a bit..a bit about Job…loooong o
Oh, yeah? why not? learn from an example of a dude who got served duds that detonated…and kept his integrity aka loyal love
In the face of extreme anquish and extreme pain that a pill can’t reach

God of compassion is the only 1

who can reach it

and eliminate it

(whatever you call it and whatever you consider unreachable/unfixable/unbearable)

Support the weak.” (Read 1 Thessalonians 5:14.) “Depressed souls” are weak, in a sense, and so are discouraged ones. Proverbs 24:10 says: “Have you shown yourself discouraged in the day of distress? Your power will be scanty.” The words of a deeply discouraged person may become “wild talk.” (Job 6:2, 3) When ‘considering’ such ones, we need to keep in mind that what they say may not be a true reflection of what they really are at heart. Rachelle, whose mother became severely depressed, learned this from personal experience. Rachelle says: “Many times Mom would say something very hateful. Most of these times, I tried to remind myself of the kind of person Mom really is—loving, kind, and generous. I learned that depressed people say many things they do not mean. The worst thing that one can do is to return evil words or actions.” Proverbs 19:11 states: “The insight of a man certainly slows down his anger, and it is beauty on his part to pass over transgression.” (Excerpted: Consider and Encourage One Another w13)

Parents are wise not to express their opinion too quickly. True, it is not always easy to keep quiet when your children tell you something distressing. But it is important to listen carefully before responding. Wise King Solomon wrote: “When anyone is replying to a matter before he hears it, that is foolishness on his part and a humiliation.” (Prov. 18:13) If you stay calm, you will hear more and your children will keep talking. You have to get the complete picture before you are in a position to help. Behind the “wild talk” may be a heart in turmoil. (Job 6:1-3) As loving parents, use your ears to gain understanding and your tongue to heal. (Excerpted: Parents, Children communicate with Love w13)

Remarkable body parts: eyes of consideration, ears of understanding, tongues of healing, hands of kindness and steadfast feet. 🙂

 

3/25/16@11:00 a.m.