The Lobster, Loneliness, and the Law of Compatability

*This post may contain spoilers. What lengths do you go to not be alone? How far would you go? Maybe it’s crafting the perfect Instagram photo, maybe it’s pretending to like that television show that you despise, or making yourself into someone you are not. The Lobster explores this idea in quirky and provoking ways throughout. … More The Lobster, Loneliness, and the Law of Compatability

Hello from the Other Side–A Return from Hiatus

These past few months have been hellacious, hectic, heartbreaking; they have been redeeming and formative, and have been a confirmation that I’m right where I need to be. And so, it’s been a while since I’ve been able to sit, reflect, and write. This isn’t to say that I haven’t been thinking. Oh, I’ve been … More Hello from the Other Side–A Return from Hiatus

Living as the Beloved (Or How Nouwen Reminded Me of A Great Truth)

 Life of the Beloved is a book by the Catholic priest, Henri J.M. Nouwen. Nouwen spent time living and serving in a community that helped people with extreme mental and physical handicaps called L’Arche. Before that, however, he taught at Yale Divinity School; it was here that he struck up a friendship with a reporter … More Living as the Beloved (Or How Nouwen Reminded Me of A Great Truth)