The Trigger Gets to Know The Heart

Cactus & balloon “Impossible Love” featured image:
© Sven Grothe

 

We are always learning.

The billboards we pass en route to a destination, commercials on the computer or TV screen and all the other created we encounter in the process share pieces of simple and complex lessons daily.

2 Timothy 3:1-7 Teaches us of a time not extremely different from the world’s current state wherein the easily swayed flesh nature embraces the type of education that is “never able to come to the knowledge of the truth.”

That’s real, unfortunate and, thankfully, not at all the focus of this sharing. This post, begun eight days from the initial posting of the last and on time for the agreement between my King & I, made its way to my consciousness during some refresher trainings on emotional and psychological triggers of trauma.

Don’t get me wrong…I did pay keen attention to the content and team members sharing the task. The case studies and audiovisual testimony of people who endured or committed horrible things, at times creating and projecting the illusion of them by proxy did its job to heighten our sensitivity and encourage more effective assessment then address of diverse needs.

The spirit of the week did try to stir anger or decisions to dwell in confusion regarding certain traits, poke holes in my tear ducts and treat my heartstrings like a harp here and there.

However, the omnipresent God Gives His Word, Holy Spirit and contentment to His children in and of any age, wherever we are. [Jeremiah 23:23-24, Proverbs 15:3, Colossians 1:9-20, 1 Timothy 6:6]

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Dare I say there’s none

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whose heart’s full of death