marble forest blog

  • a woman, in white, walking in the forest of unforgiveness looking for God and forgiveness.
If I could only impart one trait to my children, I would choose forgiveness and compassion for others. We naturally think of these as important gifts for those that have...
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  • Longing for Eden, return to heaven.
When he wrote this passage of music, Gustav Mahler, arguably today’s most popular symphonic composer, knew that these would be his final notes. He wrote “Almschi!” into the margin of...
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  • The beautiful feet of a strong servant walking in Eden.
Humility is a prerequisite for true strength. Likewise, strength is essential for humility. There's nothing contradictory about a strong servant or a humble leader. In fact, they are, perhaps by...
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  • The church as a hospital and sanctification.
It is human nature to thrive amidst our striving–and to desire things to work just that way. We work hard and then we win! Western culture has developed largely out...
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  • before light was invincible, prose poetry by david dumdei
Before light was invincible it was narrow, slow, and obscure. Even so, the ocean has not always been raging, unrelenting love. And me, I am not good. I’m not decent....
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  • Prose poetry by David Dumdei on marble forest.
The following are a few excerpts from a book of prose poetry titled, “Before a Rain Drippin Land” by David Dumdei. It can be purchased in the marble forest store....
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  • Twinkling and dancing beams of light.
Following, are excerpts from “A Garden in the Midnight Mountain Forest“, a play by David Dumdei. The play, in two acts, explores and contrasts our desire for a life filled...
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