Absolution
Absolution
Saturday, July 22nd, 2017 - 7:33 am GMT
Saturday, July 22nd, 2017 - 7:33 am GMT
Total member journals: 3
In this male dominated world it can be difficult to hone in on what it means to be a lady. Merriam-Webster lists five definitions of the word, but it boils down to a superior woman in title or manners or both. As such, many are more woman than lady. There's nothing wrong...
Dim light at the end of the tunnel A narrow road that meets its end The stranger witness to his own demise Anxious for the new beginning Standing idly to which fate may take Some hesitate to follow, but I will not.
Nighttime, The Private Quarters, El-Kabir's Gebdur, Nezirya "Well, well, well, my tiny and cute dictator," said the skinny and tall mistress beyond the table, with her deep, deep red illegal Russitanian wine, she herself Russitanian. "It seems that you...

"I journal so I do not have to remember everything. It frees up space in my brain and will help me remember when I forget about it later."

– Stacy Duplease

"You are unique, and there may be incidents in your experience that are more noble and praiseworthy in their way than those recorded in any other life. There may be a flash of illumination here and a story of faithfulness there; you should truthfully record your real self and not what other people may see in you."

– Spencer W. Kimball

"By writing personal and family histories, we are helped immeasurably in gaining a true, eternal perspective of life. Writing our histories with the proper blend of fact and feeling (and so often, feelings in spiritual things are the real facts) gives us a deep spiritual insight into the meaning and purpose of our lives…writing our histories will certainly help us keep our eyes on the most important of all goals – even the goal of eternal life"

– John H. Groberg

"May I suggest that you write, that you keep journals, that you express your thoughts on paper...You will bless the lives of many–your families and others—now and in the years to come."

– Gordon B. Hinckley

"What a comfort is this journal. I tell myself to myself and throw the burden on my book and feel relieved."

– Anne Lister

"The act of writing is the act of discovering what you believe."

– David Hare