But Ruth replied, “Don’t urge me to leave you or to turn back from you. Where you go I will go, and where you stay I will stay. Your people will be my people and your God my God These are the words of Ruth to Naomi ( Ruth 1: 16) as Naomi urges Ruth … Continue reading Naomi and Ruth: My Sister’s Keeper
When friendship is conditional. Was I a good friend? Was I a good friend to you? This is a question I would want my closest friends to answer and ask. 2017 saw the beginning and ending of relationships, and also some that were just up in the air dissipate. As I inched towards my soul’s … Continue reading When Friendship is Conditional
There’s a phrase that sticks to my mind when I try to explain what healing feels like. Many people are catapulted into healing after a life-altering experience such as death, a medical diagnosis, divorce, and beyond. My journey began long before I even knew it. Looking back, the universe was always giving me signs even … Continue reading The Process of Healing
You will feel air leaving your lungs You will find yourself drowning. Lying in the sea that is your shedding I urge you to be a visitor. To watch yourself as an observer To step aside and watch your Creator at work Your cleansing will come Like the rising sun it will come And you … Continue reading Your Cleansing Will Come
The becoming to unbecome for the becoming. It doesn’t make sense does it? See, I was walking in a place that took 28 years to even know what the journey was about. I see myself over and over, a young me carefree and inspired by life. I was a feeler. I felt hard and because … Continue reading Becoming to Unbecome!
When you’ve been in the trenches and the sun finally rises, beauty finds you. My husband took this picture of me, and I couldn’t believe that was me. I looked at it and saw radiance, inner beauty, and growth. It felt like I was watching a person different from who I still believe myself to … Continue reading When The Sun Finally Rises!
Last year, I planted some begonias that took off and grew so big. Towards the end of fall, I tried to move some stuff around and neglected the begonias. When I originally planted these flowers, I did so against everyone’s advice. I planted them out of faith that I could grow something I’m not used … Continue reading Your Blooming Will Come!