Made some notes while studying this morning. Reading: Tanakh (New JPS), Romans (Passion Translation) and NLT.
One of the main things I’ve been doing the past few weeks is reading “New Creation Realities” by E.W. Kenyon. It was written in the 1940’s, but felt like reading some futuristic book. Everything felt fresh to comprehend.
One of the main ways I would read it, is by going to the local coffee shop, after dropping the kids off at school. I would hang out there for an hour before commuting into work.
I filled almost every page and passage with a highlighter and added some photos below. Finally finished!
Finished this the other day and thought, “That’s a crazy mess, but it is done.”
Been sitting in it for a year, waiting for it to be finished.
Today, I was surprised to see it on the wall and thought, “Woah. Cool!”
On two occasions where I found myself within cubicles and malfunctioning.
Don’t let anybody brainwash you or put you in a box. Be open-minded, sensitive, discerning, fearless, and for the love of everything that’s good in life, be free to question everything that’s been taught and presented out there, and have and make up your own mind.
Rafael Garcia – “Normal According to WHO??” – August 2014
I believe that we all came from love, and because of that we tend to look for love and relationship with people. And because of that we a lot of times tend to bend our thoughts and ourselves to match other people’s ideas, views, and opinions as to not lose those relationships and for fear of being the odd person outside looking into the circle everybody is in. But let me tell you… Having your own mind, and being comfortable in your own skin; to disagree with ideas and things that maybe everybody around you is agreeing with; it’s freakin’ beautiful my friend, and it’s called being yourself.
This took a while to create…
An ink on paper drawing with Psalm 67:1-2 verses.
This is an orb drawing.
Ink on paper drawing, black on white, with lots of random shapes formed into a rough circle.
Living Stones -> Living DronesPaul Goode (@paulgoode) July 25, 2015
I started this painting in January 2013. It took me until May 2015 to finally get it done. That’s over two years, but retaining a space to paint is not easy. Plus… life.