Names imply possession, relationship. You don’t name an animal unless you expect to keep it as a pet, to take ownership of it, to develop an attachment to, a connection with, or an affection for it. You don’t give names to people or things you never expect to call, whether it’s a nickname for a … Continue reading What’s in a Name?
Last month, I participated in a prayer session which the sponsoring group called Inner Healing. It was much like a counseling session, except fueled predominantly by prayer. It’s aim was to uncover past events and perceptions of such events which have produced negative spiritual, psychological, and emotional effects. It has a profound impact and I … Continue reading Inner Healing