The difference between a flower and a weed is a judgment.— so said Someone
Frank & Egypt pondering sleep deprivation
They underestimated you. And you sold yourself short.
You thought because they all bloomed with colors of pastels and the summer spectrum that their rose blossoms all smelled of lavender and lilac,
and that your bare green stems and your lack of florals were an abomination of the highest sort to that which was said to be truly majestic.
So, you hid yourself from the Sun.
The nights grew longer as the seasons began to pass,
and great Phoebus’ beams shrank shorter and colder.
Yet, still—in the dead winter, through ice and chill you rose to meet Ra’s risings—above the now stemless petals and that great multitude of dormant ovules.
You are divinely created—you are an ace in its place, necessary you are. Remain necessary my Loves.
Biwaha! & Andestagonwa!
#FunFactContrary to their reputation, beneficial weeds under certain circumstances can be helpful in the garden by holding top-soil, pulling up water and nutrients, providing food, controlling insects and more. Dandelions like rich soil, one of the good reasons they may have decided to grow in your garden.
—for now we’ll chat about what has me up a late chasing thoughts across the expanse of my mind…and that is none other than YOU!
I have sat back and I have pondered, “What will my success look like as Wombman? Queen? Wife? Sister? Friend? Loveologist? . . . and in reality, my only answer is a world fueled by L-O-V-E. Continue reading
Experience will give you the power and confidence to be you.
—Egypt going on and on about updates and whatnots…
Life on Earth is all about the challenges, the lessons, the boo-boos, scrapes, bruises, smiles, laughs, moments of bliss—all of your experiences to say the least.
If you take the time to harness love for every pitfall, uphill battle, long journey, and all lessons learned, be they gloriously good or unfathomably unfortunate, you will realize slowly, but surely that from your experiences come wisdom and from wisdom spews confidence.
There is nothing in your future that YOU cannot face head-on and conquer!
How is this so? Dear Love, every experience you have had throughout your life, great or small, stands as a lesson or a blessing for you to build upon or utilized in the improving of your liferaft if you find yourself being tossed and driven by relentless waves of a chaotic sea of the living.
YOU are created to be stronger. Life’s experiences are meant to prepare YOU and strengthen YOU.
I pray you stand firmly on your square in life, be moved for fear of naught.
Biwa & Andestagōnwa,
These beautiful girls, unfathomably divinely gorgeous young women. I began each trailer, and my heart gave up when my ojos began to flood. Just know we must hold together, hold for love, be much better than we are right now—here today. Where are the righeteous men? Those who vow to protect the wombs of those which first birthed them? … Sometimes, I just feel as though I simply cannot. Uh.
So you think it’s merely an Eastern thing…
|The Day My God Died – 2003, Andrew Levine. Narrated by Tim Robbins, Wynona Ryder – IMDB info and cast – http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0376559/fullcredits#cast.
The Day My God Died is a feature-length documentary that presents the stories of young girls whose lives have been shattered by the child sex trade. They describe the day they were abducted from their village and sold into sexual servitude as, “The Day My God Died. ”The film provides actual footage from the brothels of Bombay, known even to tourists as “The Cages,” captured with “spy camera” technology. It weaves the stories of girls, and their stolen hopes and dreams, into an unforgettable examination of the growing plague of child sex slavery.