It’s Thursday, and I’m supposed to have another thoughtful post for you all today, but I don’t think I do. So, I’m just going to write and see what happens.

Tomorrow is my birthday. I’ll be 28 and I don’t know how I feel about that. As I write this, I guess I’m indifferent. It’s just another day. But my faith is a constant reminder of the cycle of life, and the aging process is one of those processes in that cycle. I’m getting older. My body is getting older. My soul was already old when I was born. I know 28 isn’t a lot to some people, but from where I’ve come in life, I wasn’t always sure I would make it this far. But I won’t go into that right now.

The aging process is a good topic, I suppose. Especially now that we are entering the dark half of the year here in the northern hemisphere. It’s a constant, annual reminder that everything has to die in order for new life to form later. Is that how our souls work? The energy of our spirits? When a new spirit is born, does that mean that an old spirit cannot return to the physical plane because of the exchange and transfer of energy? I don’t know where I was going with that…

Anyway, I hope you all have a lovely Thursday and enjoyed my little incoherent babble.


What is Thoughtful Thursday? Well, it’s exactly as it sounds. It is a day during the week where you can jot down your thoughts as a blog post, journal prompt, etc. Some days I’ll have a question I want to answer. Some days it’s just word-vomit on a page. I encourage you to take part, too. Even if you don’t blog publicly like I do, or you don’t have an online presence. Take your Thursdays to reflect on some of those thoughts you may have. You never know. You might gain some much-needed insight.

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