Robin Parrish


Maybe it’s not up to you to fix what’s broken

I, for one, am glad I don’t have to fix all those eggs. I’m really happy that I don’t have to fix the world’s problems.
… for my little piece of the action – look what I get –


I’m proud of you, you know …

There is, of course, a catch here. We never know when the last moment will come. I was in a car accident a couple years ago where I had less than a second before knowing I was going to be hit. “Life”, in the traditional sense, could end at any time.


There may be no tomorrow. We go wherever he takes us. Version 1

This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series We go where he takes us

he looks safe enough. But what do we really know about him? And who would ever put themselves in a position like that – following him wherever he takes us? But not knowing ahead of time where we’re going? “There may be no tomorrow. We go wherever he takes us.” No one – right?


Who are you people?

Jesus has already told us to go out into the world. If we are waiting for someone to tell us that we need to go outside where it may not be safe – we missed it. It’s already been said!


Lines are being drawn. Sides are being taken. Hiding — it’s not an option.

What if we came with a label? You know – like mattresses? And they have this scary warning about not being removed under penalty of law?
Maybe then – as long as our parents didn’t remove the label for us – we might actually realize the truth of the opening quote much earlier.