It is almost a year since the wind of change found within me a portal where a tornado riding on the back of a hurricane made it’s debute.
I have embraced the journey since then. At first I was confident enough to ride the storm, knowingly it was written in the cards, to quote the famous words of destiny.
Learning to let go and breathe in the moment was a step towards… I have reminiscent the changes and emotions brought about last year. I have grown with every storm and emerged cleaned and refreshed. Courage and compassion came in to play giving hope whereas there was none.
Today, I am amazed at the convictions and endurances I set upon myself, to emerge triumphant, knowing the Higher Powers were guiding in my path.
I have seen miracles happen before my eyes, Gardian Angels, Higher Powers, God, Karma, the Universe…. I know they are there, in me, around me and every step I have taken toward the place I am now, today!
I have learned new lessons, new ways of accepting acts of friendships and acts of malice;
-The words you speak become the house you live in-Hafiz
This wisdom has chased my shadows and I confronted them.
I have learned not to speak, unless you choose your words to be repeated, changed, and twisted to give effected advantage against the whisperer.
Giving compassion and love does not guarantee the reciprocity.
Silence can be a friend, even on quite lone days.
Wear a hat of character to ensure you have integrity, I love hats!
As Lord Byron said :
“To be cut off from the world is is to have a life of drudgery”, not so! I have learned to embrace my solitude, my friend, my enemy, my guiding light!
Lord Byron also said:
” We live a little and then Good Night!”
Today I’m living a little and when the time comes to say “Good Night” I will do it with a smile, knowing there are no regrets!
Two days ago, my super wonderful android phone died on me! All my photos, contacts and information gathered for 20 years, gone…. There is no other hand of faith other than that of karma. I have let go all! Only the memories.
“Oh happy, happy life….” Attributed to Seneca