Equanimity, Freedom, Thoughts

Every answer needs the right question

I haI have recently been working on changing my mindset to fit the future I want for myself. I have added mantras, and positive words, and thought patterns. Unfortunately, I still find myself reverting to old patterns, but I visit and never stay there long. I've been challenging myself to remember that I am the… Continue reading Every answer needs the right question

Equanimity, Freedom

Be Curious

Children are the best teachers in the world. They show us all the things that we have forgotten since becoming adults. Children are the most curious. They ask questions about everything because they are young and new to the world around them. Not only do they ask questions, they are observantly accept the explanations from… Continue reading Be Curious

Equanimity, Freedom, Spirituality

Don’t fear your shadow

There is so much fear in the world today. Fear is taking the form of anger, sadness, defensiveness, amongst other projections. Although a lot of the fear is targeted towards others, it's really fear of self. So many people claim to work on themselves but are afraid to face the things that can really make… Continue reading Don’t fear your shadow

Equanimity, Freedom

Color the world!

Creativity is the collaboration of your soul, experiences, imagination, and perception. I have always been a creative person. I love to do things that require the use of my imagination, artistic ability, and perception but have many time felt afraid to express them openly. Right now, I have notebooks full of poetry and sketchbooks full… Continue reading Color the world!

Equanimity, Freedom, Thoughts

Learning history is painful; Knowing history feels…

My great-great-grandfather was born into slavery. If you know anything about world history, you already know people were enslaved. The difference for me is that I have actual, legal documents specific to my family. If you look at the featured image, you'll see a page from the division of estate for John A. Evans. You'll… Continue reading Learning history is painful; Knowing history feels…