Learn the power of forgiveness. When someone’s hurts you it’s hard to forget, but in the end holding on to anger only continues to hurt yourself. Continue reading Wellness Wednesday
Learn how to apologize whole-heartedly. Learn to recognize when you are wrong or hurt someone else, even unintentionally. Then ask for forgiveness from those you may have offended or hurt. Continue reading Wellness Wednesday
At the same time, I am concerned about a recurring theme that seems to suggest that truth and mercy, justice and forgiveness, are diametrically opposed to each other. There seems to be no room at the cross for both truth AND mercy, justice AND forgiveness. Continue reading No Room Left at the Cross
Love. Abundance. Fulfillment.
The Global Sisterhood Empowering Women Survivors. Continue reading #DivaSurvivors
No One Ever Taught Me How: A Pocketbook Guide to Happiness Resources for the Activities within the book “No One Ever Taught Me How: A Pocketbook Guide to Happiness” The book helps provide a guide on how to complete the following activities and make them useful in your personal development. When you get your copy of the book you will receive a thank you email; to which if you respond I will send you a free copy of some of the exercises and worksheets used throughout the book. Continue reading No One Ever Taught Me How: A Pocketbook Guide to Happiness
Tip: In a world full of imaginary hater…stop being a hater! I am always amazed at how many people talk about “haters” and how much energy they invest in sharing to the world how they handle them. Well here is … Continue reading RS Tips: In a world full of imaginary hater…stop being a hater!
Tip: Balance the child within! I’ve heard people say “never let your inner child die.” I guess that is true in a lot of ways, the freedom of being a child allows you to enjoy life. However, what I have … Continue reading RS Tips: Balance the child within!
Tip: Take the time to forgive you! One of the best things I have ever done was forgive myself. I have dated my share of not-so-good people, stayed too long or not long enough, but I too made my share … Continue reading RS Tips: Take the time to forgive you!
It was not poetry that brought me to Maya Angelou. I was 13 or 14 when I happened upon a book that title instantly peeked my interest. This book was “I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings.” This autobiography was Maya’s coming of age story that took you from her early childhood to becoming a teen mother. It still remains on my must read for women…Please Enjoy her poem that shares its name with one of my favorite books! I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings The free bird leaps on the back of the wind and floats downstream till … Continue reading Poetry Moment: Maya Angelou
Asking Sunshine Because of how life has moved for both of us, and timing of my early educational pursuits in the midst of my parents’ divorce, I have a much distanced relationship with my father. Long story short, we keep in touch, but there is no REAL relationship there. I love him very much, but it’s always extremely uncomfortable trying to talk with him. We are literally just alike, so I understand him more than he knows, but sometimes it feels like there’s a gaping wound in our relationship that no one is willing to approach, so it will always be … Continue reading Asking Sunshine: Distant Daughter