PYM 5.21 Summary Part Four

I wrap up the PYM 5.21 Summary a little late this week due to travels, but please enjoy!

Our very own Eugenia encourages us to look at things differently, to turn things on their heads. What better advise could we get this morning? Just be careful that you do not take up this suggestion until after the coffee is poured in your cup! With a healthy shout out to Reena Saxena whose suggestion started the whole thing.

Habitude U-Turns

Teddy at Teddy’s words writes about the self doubt that conflict us all on the search for meaning, and how we can want to get there sooner than life seems to be allowing. Never stop searching, the meaning is always there.


Our very own Megha tells us how we fall to the earth and in the muck and dirt find our souls, to find our meaning, struggling through the perils of earth-bound life. Beautiful, philosophic piece.

Matthew shared with us a wonderful short story about facing the dreaded clock…

Your’s truly shared a favorite love poem.

Lovers Rubato

To wrap up the week, Donna Matthews shares with us how circumstances do not matter, it is our attitude towards them and our faith. I conclude with the verse she included in her writing:

Not that I am speaking of being in need, for I have learned in whatever situation I am to be content. I know how to be brought low, and I know how to abound. In any and every circumstance, I have learned the secret of facing plenty and hunger, abundance and need. I can do all things through him who strengthens me. Phil 4:11-13

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