From Darkness to Light Day 27 by Linda

A Simple Plea for Help by Linda of litebeing chronicles     Wow, here we go… I am both frightened and exhilarated at the prospect of letting go of this secret. I have very few secrets left, and you know what they say – you are as sick as your secrets. It is not as …

From Darkness to Light Day 26 by Jagati Olson

A Death Bed Dawning by Jagati Olson of Emerging Design Consulting   I got the call from my brother Glenn. “You’d better take Che up to the nursing home and see Dad now. He had another mini stroke and he’s been in a coma the last two days. The doctors say he won’t come out of it. He …

From Darkness to Light Day 25 by Carrie Hopper

My Struggle with Mental Illness by Carrie Hopper of Choosing Joy   May is Mental Health Awareness Month, so I want to do something I’ve been thinking about for a long time. I want to share about my struggle with mental illness. It’s my hope that this post might spread more awareness of mental illness …

From Darkness to Light Day 24 by Brittny

Heartbroken Happiness by Brittny of Sincerely Brittny   In October of 2017, my world was shaken up. While I knew things weren’t going great, I was under the impression that things would get better if I just rode it out and stayed in prayer. Unfortunately, this just wasn’t the case. The delusion that I had …

From Darkness to Light Day 23 by Kumuda Kamm

Growing Up in a Small Village by Kumuda Kamm   Growing up in a small village, there is just a way of doing things. There are the things that we talk about and there are the things that we never talk about. There are acceptable coping mechanisms and there are the ones that we keep …

From Darkness to Light Day 22 by Kaleigh Distaffen

It’s Not Yours to Carry by Kaleigh Distaffen of the Kaleigh Distaffen blog   As I write this, I’m sitting in front of the altar in the sanctuary of my church—the church I attend and the church where I work. Twenty-four hours ago, I told a pastor and close friend that there are some days …

From Darkness to Light Day 21 by Lin Rose

Phoenix Rising — Rekindling the Will to Live by Lin Rose / May 2019   My husband’s shouts woke me instantly. “Oh my God! Oh my God!” It was 1972 and our ancient 1950s Chrysler was spinning in full three-sixties on black ice. The car felt airborne. There wasn’t even time to raise my head from …

From Darkness to Light Day 20 by Sonya Kassam

The Legacy of a Gentle Man by Sonya Kassam of Follow Your Shadow   sleep is a disconnect from the illusion that is your life what is death, but an awareness that you are asleep     It has been 9 months since our beloved father passed away. The void is still hard to come …

From Darkness to Light Day 19 by April Krubally

My Heart Has a Hole in It By April Krubally   My heart has a hole in it! I thought I was protected by a friend. I held this person so high in my hierarchy of need only to realize this person never existed. I built an absent entity in my thoughts as permanent but …

From Darkness to Light Day 18 by Vince Horan

Into the Darkness by Vince Horan of Compassion Zone   Darkness is merely the absence of light. Light a match in a dark room and watch the darkness disappear. It is only through human consciousness that darkness has been given the human personification of evil. Meister Eckhart, a fourteenth century theologian, stated; “I pray to …