Joined 12 years ago
The phrase 'Sooner Than Later' is a reference to the prophetic end of time that all men and women share in existance with eachother on this sinful yet often delightful mudball we call earth. I explored life without God for nearly 30 years. One day my meticulous nature combined with my career in archeology allowed me to discover the possibility of Gods' existance, but His promise to call those with an ear brought me home. That experience was as real as flesh and I would be happy to tell it to all who ask. Through historical research(the 8th or 9th love of my life)I find the bible to be poetic even in the most missunderstood situations. I don't know if Shakespeare coined the phrase "the world is but a stage and we are mere actors upon it" in the light that I see it, but the inhabitants of the heavens are watching and waiting as the origional love story involving good and bad, ying and yang... unravels.
I am writing two books at the moment and I wouldn't do it any other way. It seems when I get 'writers block' on one book, my mind has freshened for creativity in the other.
I have already met many who I thoroughly enjoy in here and I look forward to meeting more. God bless all of you. Sooner.
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