Through Egypt's Eyes


Sometimes I can’t help but look at my life, my trials and tribulations, my up and downs and my complicated purpose— and then ask the Universe “why me?” And the Universe usually replies in the form of thought; which I write down using an array of words. Only then do I understand once more why me. I understand now. . . obtaining all that I desire in life requires me to make good use of my God-given talents, gifts and experiences. I further understand my life at present is simply a compilation of decisions I have made prior to any current moment. I have accepted that if I want my future to be brighter than my present, well, I have to make more educated and determined decisions today.

Your life. Your rule. Your entrapment or your freedom — you decide. [sic]