GROUND is what lies beneath our feet. It is the place where we already stand; a state of recognition, the place or the circumstances to which we belong whether we… Read more GROUND by David Whyte →
by Sonya Renee Taylor (thebodyisnotanapology.com) (sonyareneetaylor.com) The body is not an apology. Let it not be forget-me-not fixed to mattress when night threatens to leave the room empty as the… Read more POEM: The Body Is Not An Apology →
Letter Beginning with Two Lines by Czesław Miłosz by Matthew Olzmann You whom I could not save, Listen to me. Can we agree Kevlar backpacks shouldn’t be needed for children walking to school? Those same children also shouldn’t require a suit of armor when standing on their front lawns, or snipers to watch their backs as they eat at McDonalds. They shouldn’t have to stop to consider the speed of a bullet or how it might reshape their bodies. But one winter, back in Detroit, I had one student who… Read more POEM: Letter Beginning with Two Lines by Czesław Miłosz →
Why You Need a Self-Talk Safe Word HALEY GOLDBERG February 8, 2018 Congrats—you’re in a relationship with yourself! Yup, a divine swipe right paired you with this self you’re inhabiting,… Read more Article: Why You Need a Self-Talk Safe Word →
Recorded summer 2015.
One day I may be able to listen to this song without sobbing, but that day is not today.
I rarely record anything that I’m happy with, so there’s an excellent chance that I’ll take this down within 24-48 hours. But while I’m feeling brave, here’s my cover of… Read more I Sang a Song →
I’m not sure how old I was when I learned about being empathic/an Empath, but I do recall it as a major AHA! moment in my life. It explained so very… Read more Empath In A Storm →