“The ancient Jews always blamed themselves when things fell apart. They acted as if God’s goodness – the goodness of reality – was axiomatic, and took responsibility for their own failure. That’s insanely responsible. But the alternative is to judge reality as insufficient, to criticize Being itself, and to sink into resentment and the desire for revenge.”
Since the age of seven, I've enjoyed writing, and as time has passed on, this love has grown to envelope a variety of genres and interests. Hopefully, you will find this blog interesting (and maybe a challenge) as you explore the world I am discovering.
The blog "A Heart Is A Heavy Burden" is written by my sister.
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