I talk honestly and openly about my experiences with mental illness, fibromyalgia, and chronic fatigue syndrome through the lens of feminism and process theology. I also do recipe and book reviews.
A lot of people are concerned about immortality. A lot of Christians are concerned about immortality. Perhaps concerned isn’t the right word-many, many people are afraid of immortality. We are afraid that we will spend the rest of eternity in Hell and we pray that we believe the right things and that we save enough people, so that we can have an eternal life in Heaven. Except I don’t believe in Heaven or Hell and yet I do believe we all are granted an eternal life. My friend, Monica A. Coleman, writes that “we are immortal in the influence and the imprint we leave on those around us” and so we really do not need to worry about our immortality after all. I don’t believe our earthly actions dictate where we are going after we die and yet, in a way, I do. You see, I want my legacy to be one of goodness, lovingkindness, and grace. I want people to say they saw Love Eternal in my countenance. I’m not saying I accomplish this on a regular basis, but it is my goal.