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The weekly introduction: This story is for Friday Fictioneers that is hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields.

Friday Fictioneers is a group or arrangement that works as follows: Every week you get a picture. Prompted by that picture, you write a piece of fiction that is 100 words long (or as close as you can get). You add a link to your story on the Fictioneers page, and read the (awesome) stories by the other Friday Fictioneers.

Feel free to join us! Everyone is welcome.

Below is the picture prompt for this week and below is my story. May be just over 100 words. But, when it comes to God, the message is what truly counts. Besides I did not want it to become a distraction. Enjoy & thank you for stopping by.

Happy New Year to all of you too.

Copyright - Lora Mitchell

photo credit: Lora Mitchell

Titled: Eternal Light

It was the beginning of a new year, filled with promises of hope.

The dock was filled with laughter, and romance that would balance nature. The sky was filled with fireworks that lit, and colored the sky. Then they disappeared into the darkness.

Joey, yelled from across the dock, “Hey Shenine, come, you’re missing the fireworks!”

Isn’t that just like man, (I thought to myself) always becoming a distraction? I yelled back, as I sat on the sands, and continued to read the Book of Life.  “No thanks, I got my eyes on the light that never fades.

Joey yells, “you are missing out!”

Me: Miss God, never!



It may be a different year, but our God is the same God. The light of man fades, but the light of God is eternal!