Browsing Category "Religion"
There’s only one true failure in life  (Guest Post & Give Away)
By     |    Sep 1, 2014
Posted in: Guest Blog, Religion, Self Improvement, Strong Girls and Women     |    5 Comments

There’s only one true failure in life (Guest Post & Give Away)

Geeky Lady Note: I’m pleased to welcome Author Lorraine Ash to the Lit Lady Blog today as part of her Women on Writing blog tour. She has authored a guest post for us below about telling real life obstacles from the fake ones, a topic she explores further in her second memoir, Self and Soul: On Creating a Meaningful Life. Keep reading to learn how you could win a give […]

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Stress Busters for Moms and Writers: Spirit
By     |    Mar 27, 2014
Posted in: Family, Health, Parenting, Religion, Spirit Lady, Writing     |    6 Comments

Stress Busters for Moms and Writers: Spirit

In this series I’ve covered ways to deal with stress in your  body and mind, so this week we’ll finish up with de-stressing your spiritual side. It doesn’t really matter what your religious background is or even if you have a religion at all. We, as humans, have a spirit/soul/something that makes us more than just biological tissues with a brain. If you don’t feed your soul, all kinds of […]

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Being a Beta
By     |    Mar 5, 2014
Posted in: Beta Reader, Books, Busy Lady, Editing, Paranormal, Religion, Writing     |    16 Comments

Being a Beta

What’s a Beta? Definition Per Wikipedia: An alpha reader or beta reader (also spelled alphareader / betareader, or shortened to alpha / beta), also pre-reader or critiquer, is a non-professional reader who reads a written work, generally fiction, with the intent of looking over the material to find and improve elements such as grammar and spelling, as well as suggestions to improve the story, its characters, or its setting. Beta […]

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“Finding Eve” – Book Review
By     |    Jan 22, 2014
Posted in: Books, Busy Lady, Interviews with Authors, Religion     |    2 Comments

“Finding Eve” – Book Review

Finding Eve By Jill Huckelberry Gay/Lesbian Fiction Summary: What is Eve’s temptation wasn’t forbidden fruit? What if she fell in love with Adam’s first wife, Lilith, and their love was what provoked God’s wrath? They bear the brunt of God’s curse upon their forbidden love; lifetime after lifetime, they find one another and fall in love. In the Garden of Eden, He vowed that their souls would be entwined throughout […]

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My Experience with World Religion: Islam
By     |    Jan 16, 2014
Posted in: Family, Religion, Spirit Lady, Travel     |    6 Comments

My Experience with World Religion: Islam

Disclaimer: This was an incredibly difficult post to write. First off, Islam has so much controversy surrounding it: Jihad, 9-11, suicide bombings, and the list goes on. These terrible things are perpetuated by bad people. Secondly, I have Muslim friends (both in America and abroad) and I love them. They are good people. With that said, I feel compelled to speak out against the extremist factions of Islam that perpetuate […]

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World Religions: Let’s Explore
By     |    Nov 7, 2013
Posted in: Religion, Spirit Lady, Travel     |    10 Comments

World Religions: Let’s Explore

My husband and I have been seeking out new churches. We are Catholic, but since we had kids, we realize that Catholicism doesn’t support us as a family. We have energetic kids who cannot control the volume of their voices and do not want to sit for an hour straight (isn’t this every kid?). We walked away from the church when we were kicked out of Mass because our son […]

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On Being Publically Faithful
By     |    Sep 22, 2013
Posted in: Little Lady, Religion, Uncategorized     |    9 Comments

On Being Publically Faithful

A strange occurrence happened to me the other day in my public high school and it prompted me to write this blog post about being publically religious in a public high school. I was born and raised Catholic and went to Catholic school until eighth grade after which I entered the public high school near my house. Being religious was never a problem for me in a public school setting. […]

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