Humility Is A Virtue

One of the biggest issues that I see that causes broken relationships is often the lack of humility by either one person or all people in the relationship. It's often misunderstood as a weakness, almost on the same level of one being meek. But being meek doesn't make you weak, in fact, many spiritual practices … Continue reading Humility Is A Virtue

The Baggage that We Carry

“The past is never where you think you left it.” ― Katherine Anne Porter Imagine for a moment that right now, in your present moment that you've been holding on to every memory created in the past and every action done to you  in the past. If our past truly molds us into who we … Continue reading The Baggage that We Carry

Behind the Thin Dark Veil

“Change the way you look at things and the things you look at change.” ― Wayne W. Dyer Imagine for a second that there is a veil over your face, not just any type of veil but a very dark veil that only allows light to come through depending on the angle in which you are … Continue reading Behind the Thin Dark Veil

Beautifully You: Being Comfortable In Your Skin

“When you're different, sometimes you don't see the millions of people who accept you for what you are. All you notice is the person who doesn't.” ― Jodi Picoult, Change of Heart The skin we wear is but a thin slice of protection in the life we are living here on Earth. It has been under extreme … Continue reading Beautifully You: Being Comfortable In Your Skin

Happiness: Finding it, Keeping it & Sharing it

“Happiness is not the absence of problems, it's the ability to deal with them.” ― Steve Maraboli, Life, the Truth, and Being Free There are two things in our lives that we all most assuredly want before our spirits move on to infinite bliss. Those two things are love and happiness. We all want this. You want … Continue reading Happiness: Finding it, Keeping it & Sharing it

When Loneliness Strikes

“The most terrible poverty is loneliness, and the feeling of being unloved.” ― Mother Teresa Two nights ago I was laying across my couch watching an episode of suits when I began feeling slightly lonely. I would like to tell you that I was a bit surprised by this "feeling" because I hadn't felt that way in at … Continue reading When Loneliness Strikes

Praying: The Power of Belief vs The Power of Action

What I'm about to write will bother many people and I'm likely not to get any comments and not very many likes, it's controversial. In fact some people may be so turned off by this entry that they may not follow me anymore on my blog mainly because it will challenge what they have been taught.  In … Continue reading Praying: The Power of Belief vs The Power of Action

I’ve Neglected You (It is what it was)

It's been one month, two weeks and one day since I've last been in touch with you. I would apologize but I truly don't feel sorry for not being in touch. I take that back, I do only to the extent that I need to be consistent with my practice of writing and since it's … Continue reading I’ve Neglected You (It is what it was)

Parenthood:I don’t want to be my Dad

Talking with my mom the other day about the different things going on in our lives. Let me start again by saying my mother and I don't have the type of relationship where we speak every day or even every week for that matter. In fact, I talk to no one every day but if … Continue reading Parenthood:I don’t want to be my Dad

Empathetic Compassion

Many of you who know me understand that I've been changing(hopefully we all are) for the last eight years of my life. I've been on a spiritual life altering journey. A journey that I started because I was not the person that I knew I could be, I was not the person I wanted to … Continue reading Empathetic Compassion