Monthly Archives: November 2016
The word pilgrim is a noun and describes someone that embarks on a long journey to a sacred place for religious reasons. We study in history that the first people to settle in North America were Pilgrims. These pilgrims were part of a separatist group called “Puritans” who broke away from the Church of England in 1607 and then looking for freedom to express and live out their Christ-based religion travelled in 1620 on the Mayflower from Plymouth England to land near today’s Provincetown in November and later in December on what they called Plymouth Rock, which is the western side of Cape Cod Bay. Continue reading
In the dictionary vanity is given two separate meanings 1. excessive pride in or admiration of one’s own appearance or achievements and 2. the quality of being worthless or futile.
What a contradiction in terms to show such value in one term and such worthlessness in another. This is the contradiction of life……..that one places value in the vanity of their own destiny at the hands of their own making therefore rendering the quality worthless or futile.
This is also the lie that leads so many astray. They see what is perceived to be value based upon their vanity, but what they get is worthless based upon its true essence.