Monthly Archives: February 2010

Life Savior

In a relationship with God you are the shipmate and he is the vessel. In your loneliness you choose to take a 5 day cruise. You ship off, to ship out, and venture uncharted territory outside the ship’s boundary’s. Continue reading

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A common theme in life is that at times we feel alone. One way we try to humanize our lonliness is to get married to ideas that will satisfy the intuitions we have stored in our memory banks.

Lonliness does not mean that we are all by ourselves with absolutely  no help.

This state of mind has more to do with our chemical signals, and what messages we choose to recieve or put in the spam box!

The psychological and emotional way we view the hues of what we are offered is what gives us a mood to swing at the foul balls that life throws at you.

For some of us the cure for lonliness is to go out and surround ourselves with link minded people. But in a funk of lonliness what ideas will we infuse into our emotions? We will go into social outlets, but what our we plugging into?

The lonliness can only be erased from within. The dry erase day to day thoughts we throw away sometimes leave the marks of colorful confusion as we try to overwrite the right thoughts to disconnected emotions.

Passionate Lie, Unadulterated Truth

I lied to you because you asked me to paint the truth! Continue reading

Flashlight in the Daytime

Coming from a different environment and way of thinking and living moving down south helped me discover that life isn’t the same where you move. The environments we are placed in create the aura of who or what we are going to be.

As I found who I was I realized what we all struggle with. We are all trying to fit into a box that we were not created to fit in. We are saved from the ill’s and hardships of others as long as we believe we are who we say we are.

Speaking with a Southern dialect I learned that life’s pace changes for each person as they discover what life means to them. Through conversation I would here sayings like “trying to find something in the daytime with a flashlight. It always struck me as odd, but I’ve come to learn what that means!

 A flashlight in the daytime is what we do on a daily basis. We go throughout our daily actions trying to find God in the worldly things we do. When we make a mistake we ask God to take care of it. Every time we mess up we expect God to fess up to our problems!

You can’t walk around in the daytime with a Flashlight and expect to find the truth!

All you will do is shine a light that is dim upon the brightness that God is shining down on your life. Stop trying to direct your movements following a flashlight in the daytime!

You can’t cover up the things you do by flashing a light over something else! Everything is seen in the daytime, except our flashlight!

The true flash of light you need to see is the God that emanates from people that you communicate with! Our little glimmer of light can never shine light on the light of day! God is the source of light that shines in any environment! Welcome to Todd Alexander Presents…Flashlight in the Daytime…


I cannot retrace the tears of beauty you painted of me.  After scars of lakes and rivers bound you to scream, my arrogance and misuse of I love you’s filled your heartbreaks with sutures of stitching pain. Continue reading