10 thoughts on “ALONE

  1. Lorraine, this resonates with me. For I am alone. There are times, like today, in which I struggle–weather changes mixed with physical challenges. Your blindness has created a strength through your challenges and I think of you daily. I know that even at the end, whether some is by me or not, it’s just me. And I know a Creator that is with me always. Thank you for always sharing your heart and soul. ❤

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  2. blindzanygirl

    Thankyou so much Karla. I am sorry you are alone too. And that you have challenges. I think there is a common fallacy that we are not really alone but when it comes down to it, we are. Just us and our God. At the end, only we can die. No one can do it for us, just as no one can bear our pain. I would LOVE to talk theologically with you. I think we might share so many similar views. We reach maturity when we come to know our own alone ess. God bless you Karla. I love you. ❤️

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  3. Your words touch me, Lorraine. Yes, I know we share the same beliefs. I’m not a religious person. I grew up in a conservative area where my Grandfather, who’d be 112 if alive, literally scared the hell right out of me. The most unkind people were sometimes at “church”. That’s not the Christ I know or the man, Jesus, who I strive to be like. I’m only gong to be 52 (in July), but have had two near death experiences, loss of relationships, and a step away from a career I loved so much to heal. And now, working with special needs adults is what fills my soul. My family needs me. I have a disabled older sister, and a niece with CP that my parents have raised. I have to be able to take care of them. Dad is 80 and is a miracle himself. I’m at a great point in my life. And in the craziness of this world I know a peace that passes all understanding. I’ve bet my life on it! God bless you too, Lorraine. You’re a blessing and inspiration I’m so glad to know you! I love you too! ❤️

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  4. blindzanygirl

    Oh Karla. Thankyou for sharing so much. I feel so for you but I knew you had a strong faith. Oh Karla. How I would love to sit down and have coffee with you, and we could talk properly. I don’t think Jesus would like church much either! I So wish we could talk. I have looked at your blog lots of times and tried to read, but my blindness stopped e. How I would like you to be able to read my book that has over 50:000 words in it so far. It is called, “A Book About Love,” and is all anout Jesus. Long story about how it came into being. I might email you just to tell you about it. I had set it down and was not going to write any more of it because of a priest in the Anglican Church. But maybe I should revive it. When I read what you have written I just felt deep inside that I must revive it.

    I love you Karla. ❤️

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  5. Lorraine, that touches my heart ❤️! God uses us and blesses one another through his “whispers”…I really believe that. I’d love to sit and have coffee and a chat with you. I giggled when you said, “I don’t think Jesus would like church much either!” I’d love to read your book! Yes, feel free to email. I’m so proud of you Lorraine. And equally happy that we’re on this journey together. Follow your heart ❤️ if we do, we can’t go wrong. I love you too. Please please take care. 🙏🏻🙏🏻💛

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