excerpted with deep appreciation from the novel SIDDHARTHA – by HERMAN HESSE “He arrived at the river and asked the old man to take him across. When they climbed out of the boat on the other side, he said to the old man: “You show much kindness to the monks and pilgrims; you have taken many […]Read More thoughts from “Siddhartha”
“A goddess is a woman who emerges from deep within herself. She is a woman who has honestly explored her darkness and learned to celebrate her light. She is a woman who is able to fall in love with the magnificent possibilities within her. She is a woman who knows of the magic and […]Read More A goddess is…
I miss you Miss O’Keefe. I know its strange because we never met, but I feel you when I am in the desert. How your life shares too close a chord with my heart not to surrender rivers of tears into the canyons delightfully flushing the freedom pulse through the earth and my flesh simultaneously. […]Read More Georgia on my mind.
“So much luggage!” the voice says. I laugh, taking off the needs, those heavy needs unbuckling the how’s and the why’s and the rapturous, dissonant speeds like a tear escaping in the wind like a ferry departing the shore fleeting, this moment,and yet necessary I wonder, to wander into it a little more Asking “Can we […]Read More Layers
“A woman’s heart should be so hidden in [The Divine] that a man should have to seek Him first to find her.” – Maya AngelouRead More A woman’s heart
Re-Birthing A Field Fearlessness and the Friend called my feet to a Field This field could whisper to my Noticing So cleverly, it asked me to drink from the delightful Refreshment right there, at the Spring beyond the end of the path; Remarkably located at the end of my yearning; I laughed, for an “X” […]Read More Re-Birthing A Field