Equanimity, Freedom, Spirituality, Thoughts

Polarity Within Self

I have recently taken a social media break. What this meant for me is that I stepped away from all my social media accounts and turned my focus into myself. I cannot tell you how much this social media detox has given me but I would encourage social media breaks for mental, emotional and spiritual… Continue reading Polarity Within Self

Equanimity, Freedom, Thoughts

You are Important.

I just finished reading the book titled The Unanswered Letter: One Holocaust Family's Desperate Plea for Help by Faris Cassell and I have to say that this is the closest I've felt to the Holocaust. Normally when I think of the Holocaust, I think about the concentration camps, Hitler and genocide. If none of those… Continue reading You are Important.

Equanimity, Spirituality, Thoughts

To teach is to learn

The saying goes: "Those who do, do, those who can't, teach." George Bernard Shaw wrote this in 1903 and it has remained with the world but contradicts the teaching profession profoundly. I began with that quote because I have been absent from my blog for some time. The reason is because I had lost my… Continue reading To teach is to learn

Equanimity, Freedom, Thoughts

More Than Face Value

I am a descendant of one of Jamestown's first Colonists. He arrived here to North America in 1620 on the Bona Nova ship. He is my 11th great grandfather on my father's side. I discovered this information while researching my family tree. I am a descendant of someone who survived the transatlantic slave trade. They… Continue reading More Than Face Value