Wednesday, June 3, 2009


I'm living proof of a heart so pure, knowing nothing
more than the true word, of such peace beyond all man,
crumbling crust on my past no longer endures.
I'm just a human, a brain with nothing more than matter,
a heart besides everything else pure,
than how come every time I seek HIM, my brain operates my
soul less sadder and sadder, establishing it to know I want more!
I'm nothing more than a spect on this red earth,
surrounded by evil, terror and lust,
how come this little spect can have such joy beyond joy,
every time I think about what I must?

I'm just a human....created by God's clay to serve Him...

5 comments:

Amber said...

That is so true. All we are are specs. We think we are something but in reality we are so minuscule compared to anything. Great reminder...

Hannahlee said...

Thanks for the blog comment, Adam. This is a completely STUNNING waterfall shot, wow! Keeping shooting. :)

K.M. Weiland said...

Love the last line: the question at the end is an echo of my heart.

Amber said...

Don't worry ya didn't offend me at all. I don't know how else we could talk but maybe later. I hope everything works out for you and your dad. I hate it when life has so many unknowns but we just gotta trust God and I am working on that. Not 4 months ago I was super angry with God. Anyways, that photographer thing sound cool. I don't think I am good enough to actually go to work with cameras yet though. I still have a long way to go. Good idea though. I will have to look into that sometime. Okay thanks....don't worry about emailing. I only got one when my friend moved so we could talk...then she got facebook. =( Oh well life goes on. ttyl

J.R. Parker said...

Hey Adam, you asked me about followers. It seems kind of ironic that you'd ask me, since I think of my blog as relatively small. Check out this guy: http://nathanbransford.blogspot.com/ and that's not the most I've seen. Marketing is an intriguing and complex subject. But I see creating a following in three steps: Finding people who would enjoy your (blog), attracting them to your (blog) and keeping them coming back to your (blog). For the first step I've discovered a nifty aid; when you click on someone's profile, and they have all of their favorite books, movies, etc, if you click on one of those interests, one that would indicate a possible interest in your blog content, it will take you to a list of people with that same interest. Steps 2 and 3 are the hard parts, and I have yet to really get into those. But chances are if you share this theoretical common interest, you'll be genuinely interested in the content of these other people's blogs as well. Leave some comments, get to know them, and a relationship can be made. Honestly, though, you'll probably find a lot more professional/helpful advice with a google search. Hope that helps :)