Category Archives: love

Can angels harm us?

The Guardian- Jane Hamilton Tabris, a guardian angel has committed an unforgivable crime. A crime that deserved banishment from God’s presence forever. But God has chosen to give him one more chance to make things right. The other angels are … Continue reading

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Steadfast love

Today I woke up to this incredible reminder of God’s  love. This morning I remember that in the midst of deep pain, unquenchable sorrow, sleepless nights and a blurry future, there is hope for today. I am never alone.   … Continue reading

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And they fought.

And his words were hard and cutting, When once they were romantic and flattering. And his smile froze in derision and discomfort, Where once it was loving and devoted. And his eyes were cold and frightening, Where once they were … Continue reading

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Stuffy in here

It so stuffy in here, In this relationship Where everything seems centered Around your needs, your dreams.   Your vehicles, your first love, Substitute intimacy sufficiently, So I’m second, or wait. Behind your coloured bottles. That you use to hide … Continue reading

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Are ambition and determination enough to make an Empress?

Catherine the Great- A biography by Ian Grey Ian Grey explores the story of Catherina the Great, the empress of Russia who ruled from 1762- 1796, the longest reign of a female Russian leader. He makes her look less victimised … Continue reading

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Is an affair forgivable?

Flowers for Victoria- Sunni Jeffers   Single parenting. Teenage daughters. Teaching moral values. Getting back together. Victoria is a successful business woman, who had to build a career from scratch after her husband left her for another woman. She is … Continue reading

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The Scarlet Letter

The Scarlet Letter – Nathaniel Hawthorne The story is set in 16th century England. Hester Prynne, a typical girl most women even today could identify with, is with a child out of wedlock. She has to bear the punishment of … Continue reading

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