The Sun Shines

Over and abound the clouds cotton candy pink puffs of merry-go-rounds ring-around-the-Rosie before your heart becomes cozy to sun-set. The sun shines when the world becomes a black gulp of fresh-brewed coffee black staining your smile into a frown. In this moment you have a choice to set your heart down to the stars, the… Continue reading The Sun Shines

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Change of Thoughts

mfmazds.,ma.s,dmf.,adsmf.,am               I'm supposed to be a Christian. I professed that I was at least, dunk my body in water, and rose up saying that I was His child. Does my life represent that right now? I'm not too sure anymore. I've become robotic and disconnected from my faith… Continue reading Change of Thoughts

It’s Okay to be Anxious

Have you felt embarrassed by fretting over something irrelevant?  You probably have enough money in the bank to pay your bills, you have food in your stomach, and nobody is antagonizing you, so what's the problem? Not sure but you know darn well that you shouldn't feel the way you feel. I mean if anybody… Continue reading It’s Okay to be Anxious

Miracle behind Charlotte’s Web

DISCLAIMER: This post is dedicated to a classroom of students that I read for during my VIP (volunteer hours) at a local elementary school today. The lesson I learned from Mrs. Arable is a priceless lesson for students to learn to become open-minded and understanding about things they do not know. It's imperative for today's… Continue reading Miracle behind Charlotte’s Web

Homesick at Home

Most people feel the longing for home and family when they travel to new places, study abroad, or maybe even staying over at a friend's house. The grief-sickening feeling lingers for days and the unfamiliarity of your surroundings makes things uncomfortable. But is it possible to feel homesick when you're a young adult living at… Continue reading Homesick at Home