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About

Salvation through Inspiration

Water Droplets on Reed

Image courtesy of photographer extraordinaire/timeless beauty Janean Bartman

I try to live a life full of adventures (you might take a peek at some of them here), but not every day can be spent floating above the earth in hot air balloons, hiking to waterfalls, or exploring caverns. The menial tasks and obligations that occupy the majority of my waking hours are necessary but not always easy to endure. In coping with the less enthralling aspects of life, I’ve found that there is often significance in the seemingly mundane, beauty in what first appears banal, and art just about everywhere. And knowing that makes living a lot more pleasant. Gleaning inspiration from the trivial events or daily activities that permeate modern life may seem like a naive and overzealous attempt at deriving meaning from a chaotic universe, but you’ll never know what is out there until you look very, very closely.

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7 thoughts on “About

  1. Thank you so much for stopping by at my blog and for liking my post ”Interest and commitment”. May the Lord richly bless you in all your endeavor in the name of Jesus Christ.

    Posted by osarobohenry | January 19, 2014, 9:29 pm
  2. thanks for liking the story line. There is more coming. Follow along!

    Posted by Dash McCallen | February 15, 2014, 12:54 am
  3. Thanks for stopping by brendasbookshelf.wordpress.com and checking out my review of “A True Novel.” I like what you are doing as well: Blind Faith was an interesting piece!

    Posted by bseat | February 15, 2014, 10:32 am
    • Thanks, Brenda. Your book reviews are very thorough and well-written. I found your review of Lost City Radio particularly intriguing; I think I’ll have to pick that one up sometime. I’ll be checking out your blog for more good reads!

      Posted by Paul Rotter | February 15, 2014, 11:08 am
  4. I can relate to your sentiments here – very much so. Observation is what keeps a writer sane – often times the larger scenes in life, later make us wonder what we missed in detail.

    Posted by SK Woodiwiss | February 16, 2014, 9:03 am
  5. Thanks for liking my recent post. I hope you have a chance to like more, I will try to do the same.

    Posted by Lance Liberty | February 27, 2014, 6:23 am

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