Nov 18, 2011

Where ever the "πνεῦμα" blows

Before i  left New York a friend of mine said to me,  " You just move around with the wind."     
I told her about this song but she had never heard it before.  
 I love it and yea it 's probably got something to do
 with the fact that is does kinda talk a bit about my life.  

 Native Indians believed that the wind were like spirits some even said that "The Great Spirits" voice was carried by the wind.  So many other religions and different belief systems have quotes, poems, songs, dances about the wind and the power of it.  In the bible it talks of wind 123ish times.  Like Natural winds, Satanic wind, Prophecy in wind.

    I like John 3:8 "The wind blows where it wishes and you hear the sound of it, but do not know where it comes from and where it is going; So it is with everyone born of the Spirit.” 
                      HUMMMMM  that's interesting.  

Nov 11, 2011

NOMAD (A member of a people who have no permanent home but move about according to the seasons, a wonder.)

Pretty interesting definition, think i might can relate.

To me the term Nomad it used for those who like to travel from place to place, roaming if you will. Having only a destination in mind but letting the journey be a mystery, "an adventure !" From my experience, IT'S GREAT! Sometimes can be a little lonely in long distance travel which in turn can make it a little scary cause every hitchhiker you see you wanna pick up, unless your the hitchhiker.

It didn't always use to be like that, just traveling around. The Nomadic people got there name from traveling yes but not just for traveling but for the lifestyle they lived. They traveled looking for land for there animals to feed, to trade merchandise, to work, farm, make a living of some kind. There's an estimated 35ish million in the world still today that live like this, mostly in other countries of course. None of this sort live in the us. So the AMERICA NOMAD just goes from place to place trying to find a place to stay and food to eat. Mostly using as little as possible for survival. Like i said it's an adventure.

I mean i help out and have somewhat worked in each place I've been to, so i guess that makes me a traditional Nomad as well as a modern day Nomad,     sweet. Haven't sold anything yet, i keep giving stuff away if that counts.
Tried selling a few animal crackers but that didn't work out so well, Taste pretty good though.

Nov 6, 2011


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Road Trip

Well now i'm in Alto Michigan, which is 20 min's out of Grand Rapids. I'm here visiting a Co-worker and her family. Pulled up to a huge bonfire so i knew things were getting kicked off on the right foot. We worked at camp MM together as Staff Chaplain's and CIT Directors. We have a little project just not quite done with yet. Also it's was a pretty good stopping point to Iowa. I will be leaving tomorrow to head to Iowa to see some family for a day or so.
The weather has been really good (considering i'm in the North). So far the Snow has held back and if it could hold back a little long that would be GREAT. Oh and in IOWA !