Ruminating Books

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Hello, Welcome to my ruminating page.

As the story goes, I got into a fight with my Grandmother over memorizing this Bible verse and thirty years later it finally sunk in.  The Christmas before I quit smoking, I was looking around at all the Love, Joy, and Peace bandied about, and I was like, “Where is the rest of it?  The rest of the verse?”   Then I thought, “What if you have to go through the patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control to get to the Love, Joy, Peace?”  From there I took one day and worked on Patience, took another day for Kindness and so on.  There, now that you know the process, you can buy my books to compare notes.  yay!

This page is under construction to sell my six little commuter reads.  Each is about 30-40 pages long, if you don’t drive, you can download this book and read it on the way to work and back, or on your road trip, or flying.

 

Now to go figure out the Amazon and Goodreads links.

 

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2 thoughts on “Ruminating Books

  1. Sandi October 13, 2014 at 5:37 pm Reply

    Hmm, I had never thought about that particular verse in that way. . . . I just know that self-control is always a roadblock for me.

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    • 04ling October 13, 2014 at 6:53 pm Reply

      Yeah, I actually had to allow a couple of days for self-control, plus I had done half the work when I had a couple of days for patience. I came up with a bunch of little gems that helped me out like, I’m not naughty, naughty, naughty, I am an adult. Every choice I made was to protect my good day. That cut my angry moments in half. I still get angry, but I don’t really act on it anymore. Its more like a signal that something is wrong and I need to start making some choices. Hating it is irrelevant because it needs to be done anyway. That one took some practice and a lot of mumbling to myself.

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