My first post for the blog is rather simple,… Starting over in a relationship. I often found myself in a state of confusion as to what my meaning in life was, but as the days have gone by I see more clearly not only what but where, also.
My relationship with myself is the greatest obstacle that has come about my walk of life. Just yesterday, my conversation with my new confessor really opened my mind, as to why I struggle so long and so much with my inner self. I am thankful for my confessor’s words of wisdom and encouragement to continue walk of life, with Christ.
Over and over again, I must remind myself as I am starting up this new online media source and blog, that I must stay firm in task, with daily prayers and meditations, along with continual study of both my digitized-technological life and spiritual life.
I have tried many times, and many ways to develop MidsouthCatholic.com as a resource for the local area I live in now. Each time I never really sought it through, or finished, the ideas I had in place. Time and time again, I find myself staring at an empty page, starting over with another idea destined to fade away.
I seek encouragement from my family, friends, and mentors, my wife especially. My sister inspires me greatly with her devotion to her family, work, and online blogging community. All the friends I have found in the Memphis Cursillo Movement, Fishers of Men, and Bible study groups in diocese have helped me physically and spiritually, far beyond my expectations.
My mentors, of the online World have done great things for me, with out them really even knowing it. Father Z with his blog, Fr. Roderick of SQPN, the Catholic Hack – Joe McClane, Cliff Ravenscraft known as the Podcast Answer Man and his online community GSPN, Fr. Sam with his Medley Minutes, iPadre and newest mentor Neal Schaffer of Windmill Networking.
Mentors of my physical World,… My father, my spiritual adviser, and most of all G-d.
Starting over in a relationship can be a very moving experience, and I pray that the Lord will bless me on my new journey of faith.
I know, “Love Never Ends.” 1 Cor 13:8
How many times have you started over in a relationship?