Pages tagged with Shame

Genetics is not a root cause of homosexuality, but choice is. DNA is not the factor but rather it is a freely given lifestyle.
Sometimes we feel ashamed of what or who we've become and where we are in life..this is one of those times.
I talk about the reason for the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah. Lot is afraid to remain in the city of Zoar and flees to the mountains where he lives in a cave with his two daughters.
This is a poem in response to psychiatrist Carl Jung's quote: "Knowing your own darkness is the best method for dealing with the darknesses of other people." Recognizing, acknowledging, revealing to others our mistakes can be the most devastating and liberating experiences we may enc...
Yes a people we are certainly terrified when we make a mistake
This article is probably not something you want to read. It most likely does not apply to you. There is nothing saying that you should read it. If the previous statements did not deter you, feel free to read on – at your own risk!
I'm never surprised when my old traveling companions, Guilt and Shame start talking to me...but I am so grateful to have introduced them to Grace and Mercy.
This is a poem I wrote about shame taking control of my entire being. Shame is the speaker in the poem, and it holds nothing back.
April has been designated as Autism Awareness month. This is a huge step forward in the recognition of autism, and the effect it has on sufferers, and those around them. In the Middle East, there is a feeling of shame about this condition, and this needs to be addressed. Read on to fi...
Cold, unbroken pieces of ice, unforgiving relentless ice
This is a short poem which deals with the tragedy of divorce. No one comes out the winner.
A short poem about the rich and poor of the world, and how giving makes you feel so great, also I ask the question why are we not doing more !
This world is the doorway to the next, how will you prepare yourself for the journey?
When dealing with shame, keep it (hidden) short. Here's a short, but deep, spiritual message. Can anyone decipher?
A short poem about three cats who could not catch a bird for different reasons. Just some silly thoughts
This is a short poem about those internal echoes, why we have them, and what they mean
a short poem which describes the impact that loneliness can have on us
I was in the Hospital and then My professor told me of a patient who was in Coma for 2 weeks, but is back alive. I visited this patient and ask how it was like to be in coma. Then she said "It is like a battle between two worlds, Life and Death, coming back or forging ahead, and what ...
On avoiding the pitfalls of blame, shame, dependency and disunity while recovering from addictions.
This is Poetry in letter form to a friend whom has been hurt and betrayed. This poetry signifies a plea for mercy and forgiveness with the Hope the offender would be accepted back. I tried to make it as simple as possible bringing out its meaning so explicitly. No rhymes, no manipulat...
I had an experience which bothered me a little. Two years later, I joined Wikinut and read an article here almost exactly similar to my experience. I was satisfied to read it and shared it in so many social networks, but I still felt guilty of not expressing myself, hence this article...
Some Churches over emphasize on a part or portion of the Bible, neglecting or not focusing on the other parts in the appropriate measure they ought to. In fact, others misconstrue the practical or contextual meanings of some portions of the Bible. There are several illustrations in th...
Australia was once proud of its international reputation as the Land of the "Fair Go For All" but this has taken a battering in recent years due to our government's treatment of asylum-seekers and refugees.
This page is dedicated to all those tigers of India who are on the verge of extinction and will very soon disappear if proper measures not taken. This is a call to all those who do not care for our tigers to "Wake Up" and do something to "Save Tigers".
A short Haiku Poem, where just a few words can yield a thousand images
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