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Age of Spirituality

The 90th Oscars last night confirmed we are indeed in the age of spirituality, if we like it or not. I believe!

Finally, times resonate. As per Wheel of Fortune in Tarot cards, seasons do change, light does follow darkness. I personally have been the minority and an odd ball in this world [assessed as lesbian, crazy, angry, agitated and everything else in between]. It is a blessing that what we women have fought for all our life is showing signs of fruition. There are so many greats that have indeed paved the ways for us. It’s our time to do good!

Embracing differences + Opening up dialogue are the first needed steps on our lengthy journey ahead.

But to again glorify how Oscars send many social messages, it was too good to hear that set norms [status quo or standards] are no longer necessarily a fit in today’s world. I knew it! People finally dare to stand up to injustice to say enough is enough as I have been all my life. Colored people, women, and other definition of minorities get pushed around and bullied to be forced into things [to sum all ugliness] or a lifestyle one doesn’t want. Terrible! I was blessed to remain protected from all the crap that has gone around.

Many as I must be happy times are changing. Some might not as change poops on some people’s parade. Yet it is promise that only change promises our continuity. All resistance will lead to your own destruction. I have been on that route in my life and speak of years of sufferings. Yes, lots of work ahead of us. But the healing and unity will be so worth it. To start the collective healing to achieve unity, we must learn to embrace all our differences and be okay with addressing what must be addressed! Failure to plan is planing to fail. Obviously.

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Hope is Alive

Happy New Year All. 2018 has shown a very strong start thus far, allowing me and many others to once again believe that a brighter future is possible. The message of hope is being conveyed in many ways. But the most powerful message was sent by Oprah, our most influential public figure presently who finally steps forward to assume the role of a much needed beacon of hope during these hard times. There isn’t anyone more qualified to lead us than Oprah. Of course we cannot fool ourselves as rebuilding takes a lot of work. There are many areas and issues to be addressed, cleaned up, and rectified. Yet with collaboration and active management we can collectively gather all our tools to recoup from all that has gone south.

America presented an empowering solidarity at the 75th Golden Globe Award show. Once again the world sees this nation rising up to inspire us all to start healing and repair. The work, however, must be strategically laid out and organized as it is complex. Yet it is doable as we have all we need to get the job done correctly this time to achieve prosperity.  We finally stand up in unity to say no to injustice toward women while acknowledging their hard work thus far. Today’s women are indeed qualified to lead us to success. It is logical as they are biologically kinder and fairer. To reiterate and agree to that strong message of all our powerful Hollywood women, gender equity is the first step. Both genders must work as a team to utilize the strength of each other effectively moving forward. A simple stereotyping of our gender strength based on science is that women are more strategical and men are more efficient in executing.  Since we know that behind all healthy villages are women, we need to start supporting and healing our women first so that our society can heal again. Work must start within as inner conflicts do compel one to be and act ugly at times. These small things that we ignore, deny, defend, and lie about cause damages to ourselves as well as our immediate circles and lend to a broken society. And control/address those who continue to fail and/or think that they can get away with bullies, corruption, and other bad behaviors. And too stop tolerating, collaborating, and supporting wrong doers. Know that saying no to ugliness is not ugly nor harsh, but equates to love as it is in the interest of a greater good.

See something, say something. Silence is not always the best solution. Dialogue and open communication are key to our success. Yes, we have been trained to remain politically correct and pretend we didn’t notice ugly behaviors. They start very small yet tolerating any ugly behaviors in ourselves as well as our circle of influence leads to these behaviors infesting and establishing themselves. What has to be addressed must be addressed. Time is indeed up and we have to stop being ignorant. Ignorance equates to tolerance and failure to plan is planning to fail as we see presently all across our landscape. Majority of us regretfully believe that conversations and/or addressing issues are negative and we categorize them as rants. The truth, however, is that dialogue is constructive and positive, not negative as we have been brainwashed to believe. Change your perspective about that fact and many doors will open as you get to explore and navigate your world clearer.

Many of you must have felt relieved and uplifted as I too finally relieved see my voices amplified. All my life I have had to endure much opposition and ugliness just to exist and try to thrive. To say the least, it is a hard road to travel. Yet the light at the end of each phase is so worth it. Do the work and you shall see the fruit of your labors some day. It is that hope that has propelled us humans to continue to thrive. With that in mind I too would love to be part of this historical movement as my story is a story that captures the ups and downs of our existence and how we all can tap into our resources to accomplish bliss if we learn to endure and move with grace and love in life. To learn more of this project “In God We Trust”, go to Kickstarter page. Please support if you can.

Let the work begin!

Love and Blessings ❤️