I’m delighted and honored to have received The Unique Blogger Award for my writing from a writer whom I respect and admire, Kim at I Tripped Over a Stone. Thank you, Kim, for your ever present feedback, encouragement, wisdom, humor, and your incredible ability to help me sort through the jumble to find the truth … Continue reading Unique Blogger Award
I don’t know how the rest of you find a space to focus and work, to relax, to think and meditate, or just to breathe, but for me music is essential. I have always done my best writing, studying, and thinking with good music playing the soundtrack of my life at that moment. Today’s soundtrack … Continue reading Soundtrack of My Life
It is a truth universally acknowledged that when there’s a message you need to hear, you will hear it if you will only listen. Eclipsed Words By Aishwarya Shah FALL SEVEN TIMES, STAND UP EIGHT. She loved to play with fire not knowing how much it was dwelling in her own heart. For that blaze … Continue reading Reblog: Phoenix
I’m not the best with waiting. I was the child that wanted to peek at the gifts before Christmas and the one who hated to have to wait for report cards to be issued. I’ve always been more of a “right now” kind of a girl. Continue reading Waiting
Every autumn I think of a quote, whose origin I have yet to discover, that simply states: The trees are about to show us how lovely it is to let dead things go. This year more than ever before I think the wisdom of this sentiment rings true in ways I have only just begun … Continue reading Soft Rebellion and the Lovely Dead
Remember how I’m always saying that what you need to hear will come to you when you need it? Yeah. That happened. Eclipsed Words By Aishwarya Shah “And this, too, shall pass.” This is a proverb indicating that all material conditions, positive or negative, are temporary and time solves all problems. I once read that … Continue reading Reblog: This Too Shall Pass
I’m pretty sure there were snow showers after I was admitted to the hospital in April and we’ve already had snow this fall. The trees were bare when I went in and they’re almost bare again.
That’s a long time to do a whole lot of nothing, especially for an otherwise active soul.
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