My True Inspiration

Submitted by Nathanael on Thu, 02/21/2008 - 06:32
Sitting ‘neath the window;
I sip my pungent tea,
As I think and ponder,
Of all the things
That inspire me.

Like the birds of the air,
Or the fish of the sea,
The mountains, and rivers.
A small creature,
Such as a bee.

So as I contemplate
Over all that I see,
I must acknowledge that
All creation
Comes back to Thee!

For You, O Elohim,
Made all creation be!
So now I understand.
It is You, Lord,
Who inspires me!
Author's age when written


I need to think like this more often
Minus the tea though, I don't particularly like tea

What a coincidence, you liking cats and all! My cat is named "Chamomile" after a tea leaf. hehehe, seriously! ~gNat~

We are waiting for the long-promised invasion.
So are the fishes. ~ Winston Churchill

Oh yes, cats are my favorite, mine's name is Tobi, not after anything though =]

Sure it's not after Old Toby? That's a leaf!
Well, I thought it was another name for Longbottom Leaf but I could be wrong.

I have hated the words and I have loved them, and I hope I have made them right. --The Book Thief

No deffinately not, besides his name is with an I, like my family all call me Tami and its spelt with an I so i spell Tobi's name with an I, if anything he is named after me =]

"Do you think we should tell Tree Beard?"
"No. Might be a distant relative or something."
"Oh. I get it. Don't be hasty..."

"There are no great men of God. There are only pitiful, sorry men whose God is great beyond measure." - Paul Washer [originally Jonathan Edwards]

Ah for tea and writing! I rarely get a cup of tea when I write, but I do love to do it. My dad doesn't like us drinking tea while working on the computer, and I rarely write by hand because muscles in my thumb get inflamed if I write for too long by hand.
But indeed - all inspiration DOES come from God, and with that in perspective, it makes it so much easier to write for the glory of God!

“The venerable dead are waiting in my library to entertain me and relieve me from the nonsense of surviving mortals.”
- Samuel Davies