“Larimar, found only in the Dominican Republic, is a stone of “answers from the sea of consciousness,” which gives freedom from self-imposed limitations and a sense of peace in finding truth.” “Oh my fucking God!” I screamed with hand to heart as I tried desperately to keep it from leaping out of my chest. Grasping […]Read More Déjà Vu (chapter 3)
“When you find people who not only tolerate your quirks but celebrate them with glad cries of “Me too!” be sure to cherish them. Because those weirdos are your tribe.” ― A.J. Downey “It’s ok it’s not like you’re married to him, so I wouldn’t be so hard on yourself,” my best friend consoled me after […]Read More Good Vibrations (chapter 4)
“If you place a thing into the center of your life That lacks the power to nourish It will eventually poison everything that you are And destroy you A simple a thing as an idea Or your perspective on yourself of the world No one can be the source of your content, It lies within, […]Read More Missing Pieces (chapter 5)
“I know enough of love to know by now that, in the end, it’s not just a matter of loving another; ultimately, we are looking for a companion that shows us how to fall in love with ourselves. We are longing to see our reflection in another soul.” ~ Elizabeth Levine, Elephant Journal He shut […]Read More Bits & Pieces (chapter 2)
“The path into the light seems dark, the path forward seems to go back, the direct path seems long, true power seems weak, true purity seems tarnished, true steadfastness seems changeable, true clarity seems obscure, the greatest seem unsophisticated, the greatest love seems indifferent, the greatest wisdom seems childish.” Lao Tzu The phone rang and […]Read More Cadence (chapter 1)
And she said, “Treat your Mother well because there’s a special place in hell for you her trip her on the wire while she waits to call you liars, where the words soak deep and break every bone; the one that came before you and the one that stands alone. When the bow breaks, the […]Read More Treat Your Mother Well.