Lazham Gaina’s Photography In the opening chapter of 2 Corinthians 4, In what seemed like a trying time Paul encouraged the people not to lose their motivation or get discouraged even when persecution came calling from different sides. He pushed on in his encouragement giving graphic descriptions and expressions of being pressured, pressed, perplexed, unsure … Continue reading JOY
One of the fears I let go of this year was that of losing friends. Prior to now, I was always doing the most, always the one doing the reaching out, always the one initiating the calls, (even to their family members), always the one initiating the messages. It gets to a point where it … Continue reading Random.
AikenPhotography Memories and chainsaws, What a misery; can network delay? Block our ears? But our eyes hear. I know in whose house; Oh! What a knowledge of evil from Eve's fruit. Same house, same balcony, same stairs, Couldn't win a fifty if you tried. Companion of fools? Companion nonetheless. Sanity and sawdust, Perhaps if we … Continue reading What?
For in foundations-deep this bane resides, From it our sight he brewed. A Lion's den, a burning furnace, An affirmation to this infinity I see. With the last of my embryonic fear Shedding in grace's mighty embrace, Like a parting sea, a prodigal racing to his father, I see hope erupting in violent splatters. Nehemiah … Continue reading To the carpenters first son, Hopelessness’ bane
Lazham Gaina Photography I have had a recurring issue, where I would hear a gist/gossip about myself and I would want to go to the gisting bodies and clarify or clear my name. Not only did this not help me in the long run, it also had a way of multiplying the pain I felt … Continue reading An Impromptu note to self
I love to dialogue, let things that are bothering me out, I love clearing things and coming to an agreed conclusion. I hate assumptions that can lead to questions and more questions as my mind spends time creating scenes that should have happened or shouldn't have. For that reason, I have kept these words in … Continue reading On Rejoicing
For in menace this abode resides,I have been pulled under once or twiceAs the tide rises. Maybe more or not,For I have lost count. I am above the waters, I like to think,An inch or two, you would find my chin.I sway in uncertain rhythm,As I paddle my limbs and hope not for the waves. … Continue reading On Days Like this…
With God, There is no end, There is no rock bottom, You keep going deeper.Tweet That's Love One of my best verses on love would be Jeremiah 31:3 in the msg version which states, “I’ve never quit loving you and never will. Expect love, love, and more love!" Such a profound statement!A love so unconditional … Continue reading On Love.
You hover in the shadow Of your uncertainties, A portrait of perfection Smeared in pain; No flicker igniting within Yet, A candle lives, Lives in every soul. Delicate yet ravenous, Incandescently burning, Traveling through obscurity Erupting into the beauty Of the galaxy. That candle in your soul. Let's ignite lives With addictive hope; Giving life … Continue reading That Candle In Your Soul.
I believe in ovaries; childbirth, The war that births someone that never was. I believe in movements, baby steps, The beginning of an unstoppable giant thud. I believe in a bare field, the hope of a plantation. I believe in fire, blazing,priming,separating and strengthening; The beauty of glass, The mystery of gold. I believe in … Continue reading Believe.
My best authors are those who write in circles. Where Goodbyes are Hellos And there's never an end to the beginning. Today, As Deserts whisper with tales of seas they once held, I see mountains; A one time proclaimed lava Boasting of precious days. It is then I declare, For real this time, The Earth … Continue reading Earth: My Favorite Author.
I have always wanted glasses for as long as I can remember. Glasses are for the brilliant, I would say. I saw people with glasses as people who were in touch with some form of divine intelligence and I wanted that. The thing is, my eyes are small, if you've ever seen me reading you … Continue reading Intelligent People Wear Glasses.