Author Archives: soulfulwriting

Thank you, Serena.

Serena shows working moms it can be done. Thank you, Serena!
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What’s the Rush?

Decisions needn’t be made in hurry. Continue reading

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Damn Shattered Mirrors (and the ones that hold them up)

A shatter mirror does not mean you are broken. Continue reading

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Note to Self: Shithole Leaders Are a Danger to Humanity

I saw so many parallels between the thinking of the Germans in the 1920s and the thinking/rationale of many of the white nationalists who voted for president shithole in 2016. Germans blamed Jews for the deteriorating economic conditions they faced. … Continue reading

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Disturbing the Peace

Besides getting a workout, the gym has become a place where I can go to find peace and escape from the everyday hassles of life. On yesterday, however, my peace was greatly disturb by the ignorant and racist remarks of … Continue reading

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A Birthday Reflection

Another birthday I celebrate today. And I’m thankful. Thankful for another  year of life. To come full circle to this annual birth-grimage; journey to life is a blessing. To know that first God chose me to enter into this world … Continue reading

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Seximacy

“Love recognizes no barriers.  It jumps hurdles, leaps fences, penetrates walls to arrive at its destination full of hope.” – Maya Angelou If you’ve been married for some time and have children, it can be especially challenging to carve out … Continue reading

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