Nov 252013

Typically, the neurons in his brain would fire with no regard for reality. He had begun to replace choices with habits from the time he was born, gathering thought patterns that had worked to define him. Now, locked in a cycle of suffering, he needed a way of undoing what had been done. But what could he do to lessen the gap between the habits that made him and the virtue that inspired him? No matter how much he tried, he could not create himself as he wanted to be. However, he knew there was One for which all things were possible, and thankfully, he knew the One.

Words from The Sunday Whirl: regard, lessen, create, gap, gathering, however, choice, undoing, cycle, habits, virtue, suffering

  One Response to “Mind Control”

  1. Mark, so glad to see you here at The Sunday Whirl. I haven’t written with The Whirl for a couple of weeks, but will be back soon. I like how you got all the words in a concise piece and you even stuck with writing about your walk with God. A powerful piece, Mark.

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