Why was I created?

Finding out what we were created for, probably remains one of the most haunting questions we face (along with the question “Who am I?”).  Just when you think you’ve figured it out, it seems to change and the essence of what you were created for, evades you.  Along with this frustration, every phase of life […]

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Breathing in the margins of time

When referring to the margins of time, I am talking about the small snippets of time that you find, for yourself, throughout every day.  It is the times in a day when you are not consumed with household tasks, kids’ activities, job obligations, balancing dinner preparations for friends, while helping your toddler find better ways […]

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Finding me – Inge’s story

Why identity matters When we’re looking for identity, we often end up in a maze of made-up possibilities.  It can be exhausting.  And, especially in the world we live today, it is so easy to become whomever we want to become.  After all, who will know if we fake it.  Right?

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How to love a teenager

They seem to be a completely unique species – not related to the human race at all.  How do you love “something” so completely opposite to EVERYTHING you are?  Is there a way to reconcile with the teenage species? Over the last couple of years I’ve noticed that there seems to be a rebellion rising […]

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