I created this blog in 2008, I think. Anyhow it was about ten years ago and I did not do much with it, due to my own lack of understanding or lack of diligence. Since then, I have written quite a bit about my own conception of what being spiritual means, but it did not get posted here. I discovered in my exploration of God that words ultimately fail and there is no way there can ever be any final description of what God means to each of us. But I also found a voice in my head and heart that I did not know I had. And only when I gave up trying to tell God what I thought, and instead tried to listen to what was constantly being revealed to me, that I found what I would describe as a truth of sorts. Life is a work in progress, forever changing, always morphing into a different shape, because the world of the Creator is never still. What really being spiritual is about is an acceptance of a whole series of facts like that, that you slowly know to be true. It is something you hold in your heart and perhaps in your head and memory and thus it informs your behavior, until it becomes resident in your spirit and you act without needing to think anymore, because you feel it. You gain a resilient connection to peace, not because you think thoughts in your head, but because you give up trying to think and you accept that you are limited in your ability to define what is impossible to define. You accept that this Earth, this World, and this Universe are beyond any definition that you can give it. But only by including yourself in the definition of God's World, in the Big Picture, and seeing it not through the thoughts of your head, but the feelings of your heart, can you begin to sense it's meaning. So that is where I am in my own spiritual journey, approximately ten years in, for I have spent the better part of the last ten years doing a lot of thinking about God, writing about God, and hopefully praying for the grace to see it all from the Creator's point of view and not my own.