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Aha!

I received a huge “Aha!” moment this week. I am a misfit! I am sharing this with you now because I hope to explain some of my own personal viewpoints. I imagine that someone else may be experiencing the same feelings, thoughts, or whatever it

Dance Your F—— Heart Out!

A very wise teacher told me one day that I should never believe that feeling sadness or loneliness was a bad emotion. She told me that I should always embrace my feelings and let them teach me the lesson I need to learn. I have

You Were Born to Conquer…. Its Heaven Certified!

When you know who you are, nobody can convince you otherwise. When you realize your purpose, you absolutely live it. Well, it’s a new year and I’m sure of one thing – my identity. I am also sure of another thing – my purpose. I

Staying True to Yourself

The past week’s events in Paris threw the entire world into darkness. What became so evident to me during the news coverage was that it wasn’t just attacks in Paris, but attacks in Kenya this past Spring and attacks in Beirut just days before the

Slow and Steady…

When you hear people say ‘slow and steady’, what immediately comes to mind is the story of ‘the tortoise and the hare‘. I know this because its what happens with me, I’ve read and listened to this story over and over again so much so

What’s Your Come From?

I have shared here before that I try my best to follow the practices of The Four Agreements, an ancient Toltec wisdom. And for the most part, I do pretty well. Let me remind you of the Four Agreements: 1          Be impeccable with your word

Adventure in Every Experience…

When you approach everything with the spirit of adventure, you infuse your life with vitality and radiance ~ Matthew Wallker ~ Moment to Reflect: For the better part of this year, I have been going in and out of court, to be quite honest I’ve

Goal In Focus…

It has been said and proven over and over again that the effect of goal setting is phenomenal, most especially when they are written and revisited quite often. Several means have been devised to help keep our goals in focus, John Asaraf suggested mind mapping,

Last Night I Dreamed…

I saw a whole race living in peace and nobility, As leaders served all with justice and equality; Warriors lay down their arms and embrace one another Conquering the enemy within and not their brother. Last night I dreamed… I sailed oceans rich and full;

Moments

When I was a child, I’d dream of growing up and becoming free and independent of all these ‘supposedly’ controlling grown ups, proving to them that I could be a better grown-up than they’ll ever be. Now that I’m all grown-up, I’d sit and wish