Monthly Archives: October 2015

Discernment: Day 4

My last, longer version of discernment was “objectively opening to an awareness of a path that was unforeseen and is clear with the factor of making sense.” I’m going to edit it to say, “Objectively opening to an awareness of … Continue reading

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Discernment: Day 3

Continuing in the last vein as I work to define in some manner what discernment is, Merriam Webster had this definition: the quality of being able to grasp and comprehend what is obscure; an act of perceiving  and the ability … Continue reading

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Discernment: day 2

Today’s challenge for me is the five minute discourse on the definition discernment. Google defines it as : the ability to judge well or, in Christian contexts, perception in the absence of judgment with a view to obtaining spiritual direction … Continue reading

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31 day writing challenge–on my own–day 1

I’m not very savvy on here. I like writing and I wanted to participate in the 31 days writing challenge but I don’t get making a button, creating a…well, it’s a thing that adds to your address so when folks … Continue reading

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