You find peace not by rearranging the circumstances of your life, but by realizing who you are at the deepest level. –Thomas Merton I’ve begun trauma therapy after living with PTSD for thirty years, and I’m finding it, well, traumatic. Please God, may all of this pain lead me to the peace Merton describes.
The most irresistible beauty is the radiant glow from a kind and gentle heart. –Richelle E. Goodrich
Originally posted on Gingerfancy Photography:
Welcome to my new (second) blog! I have decided to add a photography blog, and keep Life is Grace more focused upon writing about spirituality/chronic illness, etc. I hope you come on over and check out my new photography blog—although it is still a work in progress—and keep following Life is Grace, which will still …
A couple of weeks ago I was hospitalized for severe depression and PTSD. I am slowly, with the help of some amazing doctors, fighting my way back. It’s hard, I’m waiting for a new antidepressant to kick in, but I am attempting to focus on living day by day. It’s worth it. Maybe I’m worth it, too.
This is my first time posting as part of the Lensbaby Circle Blog, and for this post, I decided to go with just one subject, tulips. This is partly because of the delicious glow the Lensbaby Velevet56 (the lens I used for all of my shots, and so far my only Lensbaby) lends to all …
I am changing my blog’s name to fit the direction I want to take it, and my writing. There will still be plenty of photography, and if anyone should be interested in making a purchase, just click on “Gingerfancy Photography” above the blog header. To read more about why I am changing the name, and how …
Every production of an artist should be an expression of an adventure of his soul. Somerset Maugham
“There are so many fragile things, after all. People break so easily, and so do dreams and hearts.” –Neil Gaiman.