Not long ago, I had an epiphany. My whole life, I thought of my body as something that was separate from "my Self." First, my Christian upbringing taught me that when our bodies die, our soul lives on. And that we must control our bodies so that our soul can life comfortably in the afterlife. … Continue reading Why Yoga, Part One: Annamaya Kosha
I never said They would be "good" poems. So, sue me, Or write your own.
A fragment of something much bigger than itself Broken until it can't break any more. Now, it's as Strong as it is Lovely & has something to teach us all.
Working from a café reminds me of college: I've paid my real-life money to somebody I don't know just to be here. And to do... Something. I'd like to get my money's worth, even if I have to work for it. $3.99
a drip then a drop becomes a sprinkle becomes a trickle becomes a stream becomes a torrent a feeling a thought becomes an idea becomes a word becomes a page becomes a chapter
Nobody's subjective point of view, no one person's humanity, is more "right" or valid than another's.
Writers say “this place is a hidden gem!” so often, I immediately make my hipster face and often move on to read something else... But you guys! Vintage Garden Kitchen is actually a gem of a café and it’s actually hidden! I found VGK* online last December, searching for a salad near my new apartment … Continue reading Vintage Garden Kitchen