to be known is to be loved, and to be loved is to be known

May 23, 2011 at 1:34 pm 1 comment

This is a fantastic monologue “by” the Woman at the Well – the kind of person we I tend to judge too quickly: without knowing, without loving, without even looking.

She’s a person who is really just the same as me. Maybe as you. We whisper and judge, but do we look in her eyes?

Tell me what you think of the video!

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  • 1. Jessina  |  May 23, 2011 at 11:34 pm

    So I’m in a hotel room and thus can’t watch this video at the moment, but I wanted to comment all the same and say that I love your new “about me” section. I love the word whimsical too (and I think it describes you so well) and I like that you still use that picture I took of you so long ago – you are beautiful!

    love love! (and p.s. prayed for you this morning! hope it all went well . . . ?)

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