Friday, February 1, 2013
The stronger we hold to God’s law, the better our relationships find respect. We easily join a family as we openly become full of a close connection completed by a passionate state of mind. Truth is not a sound of weakness, no matter how fast we follow the ways that it comes boldly into our lives.
Prominently we develop over a lifetime a covered personality being shaped enough in the way of supportive needs that have no other way out of themselves.
By this there is no movement that is clearly open. Are we more than what is left? Do we insist that this be meaningful inside an explanation, as much as friendship can hold itself to be more than just a doormat?
We chase smoke inside of our reach, as we struggle for expression. We need to find that which gives us the creational, self-evident holding of truthful learning.
By this can we be more than is needed to openly find a social function?
Certainly not by having a definite, covered intensive valve. Potentially transformed, we must find the courage to be different. We must not accept this.
We must challenge all that it gives us and then some.
Marcus Jensen, 65, has lived in the Gorge since 1985. Marcus suffered massive brain injury at age 20. Through singing, talking and reading, he is gradually strengthening his brain.
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Video of a brush fire near downtown Cascade Locks which erupted Aug. 27, 2015. Enlarge