Tag Archive | wisdom
My Utopia: building a vision for New Earth
Dearest readers, As we personally and collectively raise our vibration to a higher frequency, the call to serve the highest good of everything and everyone becomes an obvious requirement. Unity or oneness as a state of consciousness means we each accept that we are all inextricably interconnected, emotionally, mentally, physically…on all levels, densities, and dimensions. […]
Barefoot and terrified: When did we become afraid of Mother Earth?
Dearest readers, A recent televised evening news broadcast announced the arrest of a woman at a North Carolina daycare center on charges of child abuse for breastfeeding another woman’s baby. When I heard this story, I thought about how fearful and mistrustful we humans are of one another. Especially in America. We are afraid to touch […]
Score (a poem)
carved into flesh embossing hereditary spider vessels line up underscore the years of standing up for myself in spite a lone ranging from few to fewer support people or groups to stand up to say I love you, I need you in spite a teary heart cracked open nth fissures in her soul steaming lava […]
The Ruthless Artist (The Woman Upstairs)
Hello readers, When I first started writing this blog in September of 2012, my goal was to shed light on the lack of balance between the forces of masculine and feminine energies as observed by myself in the social and cultural world around me. This preoccupation still concerns me deeply, and it is interwoven […]
Against Nature: Creative and Healthy Humans
Hello readers, As creators of culture, humans tend to historically set ourselves apart from nature, maintaining a complex and dual relationship with our self-images and our self-facts. I do believe there is a way to heal this schism in the way we see ourselves and in the way we function in the world. In fact, […]
On Aging: Embracing or Recreating Our Bodies?
I recently dreamed that I looked into a mirror, and the top part of my hair, from the crown to my ears, was snow white. The remainder of my hair was its usual dark brown, variegated with blondish, reddish curly strands. It seemed as if the dream and my hair were posing a question and […]
Save Money, Live Better: A Poem
Goddess, are you made of China? Are you alive today? I see the mould of your face in the blank masks of shoppers, absent as they shop Missing the beauty in their baskets Wisdom allows purchase of dewdrops, orange peels, twisted roots, candy wrappers for a discount less than free Some call it garbage It […]