[random notes: love your enemy]

Zee Gimon

I am Zee. I call myself the Observer because that's what I find myself doing most of the time - observe life and people around me. My blog is a Pensieve, similar to that of Dumbledore, used to keep the thoughts and random ideas that visit my brain.

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  • Zee…Lol…

    Seriously there is power in prayer.

    You ask the question what do we do when we try but can't sem to establish a relationship? My answer is simple: prayer and more prayer. I have learned more about myself and others while on my knees than any other thing.

    • that was one of the fastest prayer answers ever 🙂

      yep. heh… reading Philip Yancey's book called "Prayer" right now, it's fitting… amazing how something seemingly so feeble is SOOOO powerful!

  • Zee: I am going to be a rebel here and say, "it is about time you stood up and said what needed to be said." Some people need to listen better and hear with both ears. IMHO that person was denying any part in the lack of communication. However, i am glad you have "reconciled" even if it is just a beginning for now. In the meantime, I would go to the head honcho and to the IT people and tell them to get their rear in gear. Nicely of course. 🙂

    • haha. thanks, Bill 😀

      our boss is stuck in the US because of the volcano eruption (half of the airports in Europe were closed due to the ash cloud)… usually he's the one i go to when i got problems like this since he is most of the time on my side 😀

      the IT people – *sigh* trying to talk to them, but that second company is being a "pib." thankfully just got an e-mail from Microsoft guy who says that he will start working tomorrow in the morning. yay. something's MOVIN!

  • You sound a lot like me!

    After I have cooled off, I make sure I always apologize for my part in the "discussion."
    And then like Michael…I pray and pray.

    • most of the time, i apologize too…

      unless it is a situation which better be left alone altogether (when apologizing would bring only more arguments toward me and the point we were trying to make…)

  • It seems prayer is the most difficult thing to do when you are upset. We all know it is the one thing that is what we should do most at these moments, but it is often the most distant from your mind. Even when you realize you should pray, it is so hard giving up being angry to do it. Sometimes when I get angry, I want to stay that way and not give it up to quickly.

    • heh, that reminded me of half of the psalms 😀 there was time when i could not understand how David could write that, but it makes more and more sense lately… gotta love David's honesty 🙂

      thanks for your honesty too 🙂

  • Prayer by Yancey is great but be prepared to come away with more questions than answers when you are done.

    I am like Dusty and Michael in the sense I try to apologize quickly then pray, pray, and pray some more.

    • No kiddin. I already have tons of questions (well… on top of the ton I had before)… But i like the way he writes – although i keep wishing he just said what to do and how to pray, it is great that he doesn't say it because then i would consider it just one of those "self help Prayer for Dummies" book.. i'm odd.

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