A Message to Those Who Need It

Being a child of God is Essential but the time that we live in we have to modify our nature to better protect ourselves & sometimes our family as well. In Spirit I am still and ALWAYS will be a Child of God but while I am on Earth it pains me to have to be a REAL A$$hole to those who stand in the way of my success!

Let no one tell you that “You Can’t,” “Will Never,” “You Must Be Out of Your Mind,” or “You Don’t Have a Chance in Hell” of accomplishing something that you have sought out to do with your life or to improve it. Don’t stop praying during your journey but if you have to be an A$$hole to move forward, be the BIGGEST one you can possibly be, then folks should take notice at how determined you really are…

God Bless


This has been some “Real Talk” from someone with experience

(You don’t have to agree with the methods, but you have to respect the results. So what do you plan to do about your current status of affairs?)

About Linds McDonald

Hello, there!

There is not much to know about me, really, except that I am an aspiring writer. I am currently working on two projects. First, and foremost, I have been working away on my novel, currently titled “As Clay”. My great-grandparents came to America from Ireland in the 1900s, and my strong Irish heritage has always interested me. “As Clay” is a fantastical but Christian tale of Irish history, and I hope, the first in a trilogy. (Planned titles are: “As Clay”, “Burning”, and “Vessel”.)

Isaiah 64:8
Yet you, LORD, are our Father. We are the clay, you are the potter; we are all the work of your hand.

2 Corinthians 4:7
But we have this treasure in jars of clay, to show that the surpassing power belongs to God and not to us.

My less serious, but possibly more engrossing, project that I have been working on is, I am a little abashed to say, a fan fiction for Harry Potter. I know that it sounds completely juvenile, lol. But it is great fun, and a very productive learning experience. It’s titled “Still I Rise” and is inspired by Maya Angelou’s poem of the same name.