All this weekend I’ve been feeling a bit romantical. There could not have been a better movie to feed my romantic craving than ‘The Shape of Water’ by Gillermo del Toro. It’s a mixture of fantasy, sci-fi, romance, and Disney Beauty and the Beast all wrapped up into one movie. Have I told you, I love the color teal? (as I’m typing on the my teal computer and keyboard), this movie has the sweetest ’62 teal Cadillac in it. The colors in the movie, much like Gillermo del Toro other
Every once in a while when I feel a bit lost or restless, I like to pull out my tarot cards to gain some insight or guidance. I use it as a GPS when I get lost to find my way back on track.
Pinterest has some nifty (yes, I use the word nifty) spreads, that I liked and started using. This one I got from LOA Power, and it is called the Tarot Spread for Manifesting. Keep in mind that I am new to
The Super Moon as seen from El Paso, Tx
I’m so full of emotions! Today is a full moon and Super Moon. This is a very rare occurrence and it will be one that we will have to wait for a long time to see again. Flipping through the imaginary pages of the World Wide Web, I found that the next time the moon will be this close is 2034. So take advantage of this people.
Tonight everything will be magnified X1000, hence why I’m a bag of emotions right now. But
I was scrolling through my Instagram while eating breakfast. I came across Denzel Washington’s speech, where he won the Image Award for outstanding actor in a motion picture. He said, “If you fall seven times, you get up eight.” He then finished his speech with “Ease is a greater threat to progress than hardship.”This last line punched me in the gut.
Ease is a greater threat to progress than hardship. Saying this out loud, reminded me of all those moments when I wanted everything to be so simple. Those times that
Did you know that this speech almost did not happen? But fate would not have it any other way. This speech was meant to be heard, was meant to be televised, was meant to stir hope in people, was made to make people move into action. Martin Luther King did not come to the March for Jobs and Freedom to talk about his Dream, he had another speech prepared but someone shouted and prompted him to tell us about his Dream.
The Dream was a sermon that he had told his
Have you thought of something so hard? Wanted something so bad? Dreamed it? Tasted it? You knew it was yours, you were so sure, and then it was. When I was little, I knew that if I prayed with fervor whatever I asked for it was mine.
I did not realize then what I know now; that I was using the law of attraction. My energy, positivity, and knowledge that what I wanted will come true were fertile grounds for my dreams. The years passed and I got older, a bit sarcastic, jaded by