We (Cree and Elizabeth Gilbert) are walking through France right now—wandering at our own footpace, following the whims of the day. I want to tell you a story about Cree. Sixteen years ago, right before I took off for my EAT PRAY LOVE journey, I went to say my goodbyes to Cree. She had seen … Continue reading Don’t you love her wisdom?
How can I become a better writer in 2019? Lynda Filler, Winner of Best in Contemporary Fiction 2017 BTRC at Writers and Authors (2009-present) Quora I love this!!! Elizabeth Gilbert—Everyone has read Eat, Pray, Love, right—posted this on Instagram today and I just had to share! elizabeth_gilbert_writer repost from Instagram A friend told me yesterday that … Continue reading How can I become a better writer in 2019?
It’s that time of year, again! Happy Mother’s Day! I was diagnosed with Idiopathic Dilated Cardiomyopathy in early 2008! After many months at 28% EF, there was no improvement although the shortness of breath and what felt like heart attack seemed under control with meds. The doctors told me at best I’d need … Continue reading I’m Alive!
HIPPIE She was still capable of love, without expecting anything--changes, gratitude--in return. And she had loved many times in her life. Whenever this had happened, love's energy transformed the universe around her. Whenever this energy appears, it always manages to do its work--but things were different with her, she couldn't stand to love for long. … Continue reading Damn, I LOVE Coelho
Shalom a child of the Universe wandering the world heart-lost soul-frought always begging forgiveness when there is nothing to forgive let me hold you wipe your tears soothe your troubled soul whisper sacred love-words calm your demons “when the mornin’ gather the rainbow, want you to know, I’m a … Continue reading Shalom
Will it ever be enough? Will I ever be complete? These questions haunt me; They scream out defeat. A mind vacant of answers; A soul lost in time; A heart full of sadness; And eyes that just won't shine. A whisper full of sorrow; A smile full of regret; A life less … Continue reading Welcome #RWISA Author Marlena Smith