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Pious Pious by Kenn Bivins
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“Secrets. Everyone has them. The light of day and truth reveal some secrets to be nagging obsessions or habits, while other secrets may be as incriminating as a literal decaying skeleton in one’s closet.”
Kenn Bivins, Pious
“Resentment has the potential to consume many who appear to be otherwise blameless. Unresolved caged resentment that one day breaks free and kills all of the delicate innocence in the yard. Acidic, rancorous resentment has gears for teeth that are perfectly oiled by bitterness and possess a judgment unable to discern the corrupted from the good.”
Kenn Bivins, Pious
“The Japanese poet Masahide once wrote,“The barn has burnt down—now I can see the moon.” I now understand what that means. Life can truly begin after a fire when all is seemingly lost. All of the unnecessary has been burned away.”
Kenn Bivins, Pious
“It’s been said that time heals all wounds, but the passage of time has little to do with healing and more to do with acceptance.”
Kenn Bivins, Pious
“The reality is I was never in control. God is. What I am learning is I can only control how I respond to whatever happens. I’m learning that I can forgive beyond just saying it and smiling. I’m learning that I can coexist with things that don’t agree with my way.”
Kenn Bivins, Pious