Same building as yesterday, just a flip side.
I don’t know if this is graffiti, a notice or a warning.
Read what you will…..monos en theos…†…jim
There is an old deserted church in our neighborhood, Pleasant Grove Baptist.
It has a castle like and crumbling exterior. I have been building the nerve to take a peak inside.
Amidst the rubble, trash and decay sat this beautiful red chair where the altar had once been.
I listened to hear the stories it could bear witness to, but all I heard was the need to be like the red chair. To sit amongst the rubble. To stand firm and retain your form even when it all seems to be falling apart.
monos en theos…†…jim
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