Ha! Why did I think of that before? It could be because, O well! It is good to examine oneself, but! Such examination can turn into self-condemnation or self-adulation. Even so?
- Recapping from a while back, I wrote about self, quote:
Touché! Looking at things for what things are! Best of all looking at self—the naked truth about self! There is no taming for that wild nature within us—the more we chase that illusive happiness the unhappier we become for there is no such a thing to be found!
What then? Hope, there is always hope! What hope? The hope of our Creator! What? That means nothing to you? Just a religious cliché?
Think again! Where all those ideas & realizations of yours come from? From the thin air? Indeed!
Perhaps, just perhaps if you continue to check my journey you will find out the same thing that I have found:
You will find our Creator beckoning you and me to come to Him as a little child to his mom or to his dad with all your doubts & fears & dreams!
Our Creator is not just a deity up there in the sky looking to bless or zap it to us! Indeed! Our Creator is the Master that wants to reside in our hearts to mold & shape us in His image! Hope, there is always hope! End of quote.
About Words, Thoughts, Feelings, Insanity? …
Ha! Ha! HalleluYah! Just now it occurred to me to investigate the meaning of those words that have been applied to yours truly and, what have I found? Quote:
Any of a group of severe mental disorders in which a person loses touch with reality. People with schizophrenia also experience abnormal thinking that usually interferes with their ability to work and communicate with others. The biological causes of schizophrenia are not well understood. It is associated with an imbalance of chemical substances in the brain and often runs in families.
Severe mental illness or derangement. Not used in psychiatric diagnosis.
Unsoundness of mind sufficient to render a person unfit to maintain a contractual or other legal relationship or sufficient to warrant commitment to a mental health facility.
Incapacity to form the criminal intent necessary for legal responsibility, as when a mental disorder prevents a person from knowing the difference between right and wrong.
Incapacity because of a mental disorder to participate adequately as a defendant in criminal proceedings or to understand the imposition of a criminal punishment, particularly the death penalty.