January was an odd month for many of my loved ones. We felt as if the world was nocking an arrow in a bow while searching for a target at which to aim. February felt as if we were pulling that arrow back in anticipation to shoot, our muscles taught and ready to release. I... Continue Reading →
Reflective gratitude increases our internal vibration and frequency ...
Evoke the Rebel
Cry the battle, sear exposed wound
Letter To Life (1)
How far could we rise if we refused to dull our own light and instead sparkle with the magic of the stardust in our bones?
Sat in Silence
The sting of living, Tears falling from her hair
Be What You Need
By being what you need, not only do you begin to build a platform on which others can stand with you, you begin to show the universe the energy you wish to have returned.
Hope. The sound of the word… it starts with a breath and ends with a burst. It’s tantamount to the expectation of our lives. We come into this world gasping for breath and yearn for that one moment in life to call our burst. We strive for that pinnacle instant in which we realize all... Continue Reading →
The Cone of Shame
There is a collar animals are forced to wear after surgeries to keep themselves from licking at wounds or tearing out the stitches that are keeping them together. In the movie “Up” (if you haven’t seen it because you’re a grown up without children, it’s time. You won’t be disappointed), the cone isn’t used for... Continue Reading →
The Aged Geisha
I was brought to the back of the salon. To my left, my eyes were immediately drawn to a pale, well-groomed elderly Japanese woman. She held a command within herself. Sitting there, under a regular salon hair-dryer, reading a normal Japanese newspaper, you felt this woman’s heritage seeping out of her in waves. Her well-manicured... Continue Reading →
Things I Love About Life #7: Aspirations That Never Come True:
I have this hope in my heart and soul that one day; I will make it to Stonehenge on my birthday. My birthday happens to coincide with the Pagan summer solstice and is the longest day of the year. My Aunt and I have talked about going since I can remember, and each time we... Continue Reading →
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