Category: life

Aging: It’s not fun!

No one is oblivious to the fact that youth doesn’t last forever, unless we speak of the heart. The heart, a sensitive yet crucial part of our temples that keeps us ticking. It doesn’t age like the rest of our body or our mind. As I draw near to my 38th birthday I find my

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Do We?

How often do we look at each other? How often do we truly see what we are worth? A picture is worth a thousand words. What is a real live image worth? Who gives us the power to judge each other? If you commit a crime, does it make you a criminal? If you use

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Perfection Is Flawed

I find myself lacking in areas of life substantial to what makes us whole. Areas pertaining to social and personal needs. I recently discovered my commitment to friendships is unbalanced. My commitment as a wife is diminishing and my ability to be the parent my children need is fading to a questionable doubt. As we

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A Time for Change

Times are fueled by emotion, injustice, a strong belief of opinion, and media frenzy. A repetitive cycle of wrongdoing is apparent, but we tip toe the line of an influenced narrative. As writers, do we have the power to open eyes when we are also driven by emotion and on opposite sides? I don’t speak

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