The ones who are doing the work of healing are actually letting go of their past are oddly the ones we judge for being stuck there, we judge them because “it happened a long time ago” and "you gotta move on" and we judge them for not getting over it fast enough. We judge them... Continue Reading →
Feeling sorry for ourselves and the infamous "self-pity" is really self-compassion. And it's very very rare. Our culture shuns and shames anyone who pities or feels sorry for themselves as we have all heard our parents and elders saying "Stop feeling sorry for yourself!". We have heard our culture saying "You're stuck in self-pity; get... Continue Reading →
I love people who complain probably because I love the part of me that complains. It's real. People who complain are real people. Some don't realize that you can still be grateful, fun and positive and still complain. Life isn't easy and we all need each other since we are all a part of one... Continue Reading →
If there's anything we won't tolerate, it is racism. Racism sets off all the fireworks as it should. A large amount of FB groups, upon entering when you read the guidelines says no racism. A lot of us post about how bad racism is often on the internet, blog sites and on social media. The... Continue Reading →
I sometimes wonder why people think a certain way and then judge it. At face value, their thinking might not make sense from my little bubble. Then the wiser part of me responded saying "You need to take your car and park it into their garage before you even begin to understand why they do... Continue Reading →
There are only two choices we can make in life and we have to make these choices everyday: To love or to judge. How happy we are is contingent upon which choice we make.
If people get on your butt for being negative, it's only because they judge themselves for being negative. They don't love themselves unconditionally. So, please never let anyone shame your realness. We are multifaceted souls and each have our own unique spark. Let it shine!
While Epigenetics IS real and while the aging process can be slowed through the way we live our lives, it also falls under conventional genetics which we may not be able to control. As an example, my biological mother died at 69 from lung cancer and had a host of illnesses during the last 3... Continue Reading →