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My Identity Journey: What’s in a Name?

{Photo credit: Sunday Santiago}   I’ve heard the story of the way my parents met and fell in love a number of times, and have yet to tire of it. Picking up new details each time that I previously missed likely because, well, I was a bratty teenager the first couple of times I heard the tale and likely only half-listened, thinking, “Ew. Gross....

Suppose Sunflowers Were Blooming in Ukraine. {poetry}

{source}   As the war in Ukraine rages on, people feel helpless to stop what is happening — not only to Ukraine and to its people, but to what feels like the waning days of democracy in the world. After recent years in the US and across the globe, watching totalitarianism and dangerous nationalism on the rise, we certainly should have...

Ukraine, Tyranny and a Past the West Cannot Avoid.

{source}   The darkened clouds evoke the expected flurry of voices in the West, the same anguished appeals to reason, the same prognostication.But something new stirs in the rubble of war and the scattered words of those of us here in the West. A different kind of dread, a leaden fear that this will not be contained, it does not seem a distant...

Let’s Meet Each Other in Sacred Space. {poetry}

{source}   Being demisexual, I have never been interested nor satisfied in the superficiality of casual dating and sex. Don’t get me wrong, I’m sure it can be fun, but in order for me to be interested in someone I need a deep connection and an even deeper sense of intimacy. I need to feel so intertwined with my lover’s soul that we melt into one,...

Do You Remember: My Love Story. {poetry}

{source}   This is the only poem I have ever written that has brought me to tears while writing it. It was a boring afternoon at work and I was aimlessly scrolling through Facebook to pass the time when I came across a post a friend had written that shook me to my core. I quickly jotted it down in the notes section of my phone and stared at it...

A Euclidean Curse of Parallel Lines. {poetry}

{source}   I have always been fascinated with ancient sciences and the sacredness of geometry. The definition of geometry is “the area of mathematics relating to the study of space and the relationships between points, lines, curves, and surfaces,” but if you look deeper beneath the surface, more intuitively, you will see it in its sacredness,...

The Labyrinth: A Series of Art. {Part Twenty Three: Sacred Reinvention}

{Photo credit: Kristi Stout}   “Who are you?” said the Caterpillar. This was not an encouraging opening for a conversation. Alice replied, rather shyly, “I… I hardly know, sir, just at present… at least I know who I was when I got up this morning, but I think I must have been changed several times since then.” ~ Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland  ...

The Labyrinth: A Series of Art. {Part Twenty Three: Sacred Reinvention}

{Photo credit: Kristi Stout}   “Who are you?” said the Caterpillar. This was not an encouraging opening for a conversation. Alice replied, rather shyly, “I… I hardly know, sir, just at present… at least I know who I was when I got up this morning, but I think I must have been changed several times since then.” ~ Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland  ...

The Purpose of Twin Flame Connections.

{source}   The topic of twin flames has become a somewhat controversial subject in the field of spirituality. The main issue being that twin flames has become an industry that can teeter on the verge of toxic. Even the concept itself can be used to justify highly toxic behavior and leave a person tiptoeing around their own psychosis. And yet there...

I Like to Keep My Mind Beautiful. {poetry}

{source}   I have always appreciated the visible cynic. Or at least the one that looks that way when you read the book by the cover. I’ve appreciated these people because they’re very much my flip side, and so I always assumed there was a lot to learn. When you’re a person who has been pulled so strongly by the current of your emotions most of your...

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