Tag: worth

The Queen and the Pawn

I was playing chess with Caleb the other day. It’s been a while. I had to brush up on some rules and we helped each other along the way.  I studied the players; their power; their worth. What has stuck with me over the last few days is Caleb’s question: “Isn’t it possible to get […]

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Heartbroken. (We Have to Carry Each Other & the Infinity 8)

Waking up and putting my feet on the floor and going to spin class after crying for two days was not easy for me. The point is, even though I felt like dying, I’m not dead. And as long as I’m alive I have a job to do. And that job is to live. As […]

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Love, Worth & the Color Purple

I am slowly allowing feminine into my bedroom.  To begin to feel secure enough in my worth to choose the things I like without having to explain why I like them. I no longer need to justify my actions, my choices my preferences. I can put purple in my bedroom.  First I began with a […]

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Happy 50th Birthday to Me, A Gift From the Universe

It is sunrise on the morning of my 50th birthday and I am sobbing because I am overcome with the intensity of the portrait I am viewing.  It is a gift like no other and I am having a hard time believing that it is for me.  It is though, for me.  I am worthy. […]

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Go Forth Into the Fog

I am craving a beautiful sunrise.  Or at least a sunrise that I can witness.  Though I’m mostly a believer, sometimes my soul asks for proof.  A powerful sunrise offers that to me.  I’m not going to get that this morning and I’ll have to trust that I’ll find some other way.  When I wake up […]

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