This is now Pearlie Gates

Tuesday, January 23, 2007

I will be making some major changes in my life.

This is a small one - the changing of my blog name. But I feel that it is nevertheless significant. I have started blogging on a trial basis, putting myself and my thoughts into a world of the unknown in the presence of strangers. The experience so far is good. I have made good friends and I am happy that I am able to verbalise my thoughts. In doing so, I made my spiritual journey more or less a documented one, albeit not very systematic.

So, continue to come by the gates, take a peek into my thoughts and journey, trivial or otherwise, and as you leave I hope you will come away with a glimpse of light into the kingdom of our Incarnate Lord Jesus, whom I am striving to imitate.

pearlie aka Maeghan

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11 comment(s)

  1. Hi Pearlie,

    Congratulations on the name change - keep up the good work blogging!!!

    Julia

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  2. Meaghan, I love the new name! I am so glad you put yourself out here. I have been contemplating a similar change in the scope of my blog, too. I always seem to be half a step behind you and I am grateful for the example.

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  3. Pearl,

    I like the name better anyway!

    God Bless
    Doug

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  4. Thank you all! I am very encouraged.

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  5. missy,
    Good to hear that from you too. I started off unsure what will happen and I think I have come a long way for a new blogger. So I thought the next step is to be more forthcoming in who I am. When I started, I am already impressed with Julia who states her real name in her blog :)

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  6. Doug,
    I am so happy to see you again. You made me smile in this dreary morning on both counts.

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  7. Hi Pearlie,

    I'm deeply amazed at the reflections you've done on each of our sessions together in class.

    It has all at once been astounding and a blessing to me. Thanks.

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  8. Ah, Pearlie is your real name! Beautiful. If I would have had a second daughter, Ruby or Pearl where my names. I liked how they described a child as a "treasure" - something you truly are!

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  9. sk,
    As you are, a blessing to me. And I thank you.

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