Posts Tagged ‘Journaling’
Fifty Years of Journaling with God
A wise New Zealander named Blythe Harper told me when I was nineteen that one of the smartest habits I could practice in life was to keep a spiritual journal.
I started practicing his advice on October 30, 1972. I have been doing it ever since.
Right now, I am looking down at the yellowed first page of that record when my handwriting was still young and vibrant, and thoughts flowed like water. I’m sure glad I heeded his advice.
That fifty-year legacy is now on-line for others to enjoy. It’s called “Ron Journal” and you can click on it here or scroll to the bottom of the usrenewal.org website page.
I Saw Socialism at Twenty-One. It Was Ugly. Still Is.
I’ve embarked on an 18-24-month project that will help with some future books.
It involves putting my personal journal on computer. I started writing on October 30, 1972 and continue to this day–over forty-six years of journaling.
I’ve already transcribed the hand-written pages from October 1972 to March of 1975. They’ve been enlightening. One subject I glimpsed with my own eyes in 1974 is in the news these days.
I saw it at age 21–in four nations. It was ugly. Still is.