The moment you see something with your own eyes and feel injustice with all your senses, you cross an inner border, you know you can’t go back from there.
Through a series of guided meditations, Wise & Wild takes the reader on a journey into and through the cultural influences that have shaped, and often misshaped, our relationships with ourselves as women.
What you need is to be admired. Acknowledged for your charm, wit, and elegance, in spite of what lurks underneath your royal garb.
“I did see that Full Moon,” my stepmother responded. She continued that it reminded her of a dream she had a few months ago of two lost fish, both out of water. In the dream, she wasn’t sure if the fish would survive. But the minute they found their way back into the water, they swam just fine. ...
It’s likely fair to say you have more compassion than wisdom. Deep down, you believe in the just world hypothesis: “Good things happen to good people.” This means you have blinkers on with regards to how nasty some people can be. Just because you see someone’s pain, it doesn’t mean they can’t ...
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