As the new year begins, whether you make resolutions or not, whether you think the new year is just a change of dates or more, I hope this year you choose to be who you are as a whole. I hope that you show up for yourself this year, over and over and over again. I hope that when your heart is heavy and the feeling is blue, you remind yourself of how far you have come. You’re just getting started. The world is ready for you.
What if told you that the very thing that breaks your heart, the very thing that moves you to tears, is your truest power. It is what makes you, you. What moves you, might not move anyone else. What breaks your heart, might not break everyone else's. Pain is not meant to be avoided. Pain is a sign from the Universe telling you where your heart rests.
I need new curtains. The blinds do a terrible job of keeping the sunlight out of my room. But who am I to complain if the sun finds me in bed every morning and gently toys with my hair in attempts to wake me up. I turn onto my side, ‘Can we stay in bed...a... Continue Reading →
I am usually the last person to complain about a situation at hand. I blame this on my absolute need to live a conflict-free life. Even if the price of peace is a shut eye, sealed lips and stuffed ears. Today, I write yet again not to create conflict but to shed light on an... Continue Reading →
Faith was passed on to me like little pieces of paper with secret notes scribbled on that we would pass on to each other in school or hushed whispers when the teacher had her back turned on us. Faith was re-introduced to me by a friend and as a friend. It had been invited and warmly welcomed to our party of two.
After all, you don’t know the roads those feet have walked to get here.
There is beauty in surrendering ourselves to the commotion of this Universe. There is beauty in our humanness. There is beauty in the utter chaos that we sometimes feel like we are. The world refuses to believe in its own reality, in its own chaos. It will time and again tell you to have it... Continue Reading →
Our education, our upbringing and our vision of life have been structured in a rather symmetrical manner. Limited to boxes and pyramids. We tend to think people fit in boxes or carefully labelled pyramids but have we ever really seen ourselves? The vast Universe that lies within us? If not in the broad sense of the word but just biologically?