Joined 7 years ago from Eastern Ohio
I’m a newbie here. I do love writing, though, and I’m looking forward to enjoying HubPages as a way to get a start in the world of Freelance Writing. I have many interests, but some of my greatest passions are geared towards the subjects of Theology and Philosophy, though I in no way consider myself to be a scholarly type. I’m more what you might call a… “Kitchen Table Philosopher,” perhaps. I simply enjoy ruminating on theological and philosophical ideas, and I find it beneficial to myself – and hopefully even to others – to write out my thoughts. Writing has a way of providing clarity and pulling together one’s reflections, especially if [s]he is a visual person. And so I write, not only in order to inform or entertain others, but I also find it to be rather therapeutic for myself.
At this point, I do not have a website or a blogsite, but I hope to in the near future.
5 years ago
The Mysteries and prayers of the Holy Rosary and how to pray them
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