Luke, I am your Father


Streams Of Destiny

The relationship of father to child (or children) can be stormy or strong or both.

Not everyone has the gift of a good father. But, if you do count your blessings.

If you do not, then you have an opportunity to explore what you would want to be different. You can make what 12-Steppers call an “inventory,” a special one just for this relationship.

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Encouraging Inspiration…


Rebecca Nietert

When children are raised with more criticism than encouragement, judgement, abuse, neglect, loathing, or condemnation; and then suffer PTSD from violent criminal acts, that child would sooner lash out than treat others with calm grace. When a toxic parent (I hate that word) uses a long list of arsenal built over time such as lying, judging, abuse, using shame, manipulation, abandonment, humiliation and criticisms to establish control over you, it’s not okay.

Christians must understand they are to revere parents. To respect despite how they act, the words they use, or how they lead their lives.  In this difficulty, that many struggle with behavioral challenges they find increasingly difficult to navigate through.  This concept is good in theory from a Proverbs 31 woman or a man raised with Timothy, but become increasingly difficult with a parent who falls extremely short of that kind of maturity.  Nonetheless it is still called…

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Why do we care so much!?


Rebecca Nietert

The other day, I posted some witty banter about a declaration. My statement was designed to make people think about the word “pride.” You see sometimes am prideful and sometimes I am not. When I get haughty and I believe that I deserve a certain something, that’s when pretty much everything in my life takes a drastic turn from relationships to successful income to you name it. In addition to my efforts in transparency, I wanted to publish the statement so that in the next few days when I am not feeling so humbled, I can peruse through my social media and remember to let go of that which I cannot control.

Sadly, all it did was make people feel I was sad or make people feel I was desperate. Neither of which are true. My post said something like this: “there is peace in knowing that in 100 years…

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The Perils of Improbable Potholes


The Perils of Improbable Potholes

The title of this blog was inspired by “What Can You Say About Chocolate Covered Manhole Covers?” The story was part of “All the Myriad Ways,” by Larry Niven. I have yet to read the entire collection.

The purpose of this blog is a bit similar but less nefarious. Reblogs of content that captures my eye along with snippets of stories that I may or may not finish are the intended content.

In many ways this is a repository of ideas more than anything else.

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Master Class for Writing, Publishing & Marketing


Rebecca Nietert is a brilliant mentor with a deep understanding of how to foster the growth of budding writers.

Lone Star Writers Club

Have you struggled with a earn a living with a book you have on Create Space or KDP?  Is your book just sitting on a shelf not making you a writing star?  I answer questions about how to write, market and publish a book so that it sells, all day long.

Here’s the deal, I offer a class available to all LONE STAR WRITERS CLUB members.  It’s the lowest cost ideal information driven applicable tool you will need to get your book read.  Proven techniques over 15 years in this industry make learning simple and easy.

Check it out today!

Join us at Meetup.com as well: https://www.meetup.com/Lone-Star-Writers-Club/

https://www.udemy.com/write-publish-market-your-novel/

Take care.

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