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Broken Things

Broken Things, by Julie Miller You can have my heart Though it isn’t new It’s been used and broken And only comes in blue It’s been down a long road And it got dirty on the way If I give … Continue reading

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More Beautiful for Being Broken: The Flask

More beautiful for being broken: the flask The alabaster flask was more beautiful for being broken releasing a pervading fragrance to anoint you – the only thing you wore on the cross; Well after you were scourged and naked, there … Continue reading

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More Beautiful for Being Broken: Scrubbing my Soul

Scrubbing My Soul, by Amy Israelson I sit, wondering if I can ever beat this, Beat this anger that is bubbling up inside of me. It feels wild, volatile, untamed; Like a whip, eager to lash out –  to sting … Continue reading

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More Beautiful for Being Broken: Multiple Sclerosis

That guy that can’t walk by Dion Oxford, Reposted with permission. In 2010 I traveled to Costa Rica with Erinn and Cate for surgery. It was rumored that this procedure could do a lot to alleviate some of the significant … Continue reading

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More Beautiful for Being Broken: Kintsukuroi

“The Japanese art of Kintsugi, or Kintsukuroi, repairs broken pottery with seams of gold. This repairs the brokenness in a way that makes the object even more beautiful for being broken.” This is a powerful metaphor of the beauty of restoration – … Continue reading

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