For a few years now I’ve wanted to become more consistent with my writing. Not only writing for my blog, but writing to other people. The idea of taking a few minutes to handwrite a note or letter to someone appeals greatly to me. Fond memories of corresponding with pen pals when I was younger make me smile. Even in my teen years I was quite consistent in sharing Love & Light by sending cards to my girlfriends.
This practice that used to bring me such joy has fallen by the wayside. My intention is to reincarnate this practice of handwriting notes and cards to the people in my life.
Every single person who’s drifted in and out of your life is a part of your Divinely chosen experience. As you move into the world of inspiration, you’ll find it easy – and even necessary – to give thanks for all these people, and to take serious note of what they brought you. ~Dr. Wayne Dyer
Whenever a boyfriend or lover broke my heart, I would journal about the pain and the heartache. I would spend hours alone sobbing and writing, sometimes gasping for air, tears dripping down onto the pages blurring the inked words I’d just freed from the depths of my soul. It was sheer hell yet liberating at the same time. I would pray from the most wounded corners of my heart for God to heal my heartache and not let me be bitter and hateful towards men. Even as a young girl I seemed to know the heavy darkness hatred and bitterness bred. I wanted no part of them. I only wanted Love. Continue reading