Its a very different world, when you live in one in which you seemingly don't have a true north. Most people are born into families, families in which you have a deep sense of belonging if not acceptance and love. Granted not everyone has the privilege to have divine acceptance and perpetuating love from their … Continue reading Nomad Land
The most important lesson I have ever been taught to date, is to listen to your body. I don't practice medicine, but what I did come to find, did drastically change my outlook on life. Who knows, maybe it will resonate with you too, maybe it will peak your curiosity to consider change, to become … Continue reading Stricken By Stress
It is a blessing and a curse to feel things so very deeply, for grief knows no time, grief has no boundaries nor limitations. It comes in waves and it comes by way of its own path. It creeps up on you in the middle of the night, reaffirmed by the silence surrounding you, intensified … Continue reading Gripped by Grief
Oh how quickly we are trained to pass judgment. With a caption and cover photo like this, how could you not? Well isn't that the very question? Why is it that we as a society are so quick to judge? To place thought and opinion most often times on matters that seemingly play no relevance … Continue reading Still Not Asking For It
To be a woman in a world where sexual assault is at its highest peak of terror in correlation to what society will turn a blind eye to is difficult to absorb. To explain to someone who has never had to worry about walking alone in a darken street, to someone who has never had … Continue reading Enough
I am sure you've read the poem The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost at some point in your life, or if you haven't I strongly suggest you do. As the poem bellows to an end, Frost puts into words, a pivotal point that touches most of our lives. Two roads diverged in a wood, and I - I … Continue reading The Road Less Traveled
My head is foggy and everything I thought I knew and understood seems hazy. It’s as though for the first time I've opened my eyes to the sight that was always there, looming, a sight I chose not to see. Why is it that people always see what they want to see? Is it an … Continue reading Don’t get too near for there’s lions; beware.