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The consensus, I’ve discovered, is that love is worth it. We can take on everything. And the heart, the unknown, the mysterious, the stuff that cannot be proven, wins over our science and reason. We should have known afterall- all … Continue reading
“And what kind of God would He be if the vote of millions in this world could sway Him to change the Divine law of love that speaks so clearly with compassion’s elegant tongue saying, eternally saying: all are forgiven- … Continue reading
And when you come by, I smile, I shut my eyes I let you dance the samba with me and I let you lead.
Speaking of poetry, I am very picky with poetry. Often times, I am either unsure or I know that I’ve fallen in love with a poem. So far, one of my all-time favorite poets is Rumi. I find that he … Continue reading
Today, I wait, I listen I sit with my anxiety and I wait and listen I sit with my elephant and I wait and listen it tells me of its worries: it feels so big, so slow people are always … Continue reading
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