Brother Bear, Maa and Didd'a ♥ "Raindrops in Sapponi" ♥

#Teaspiration Thursday | Raindrops in Sapponi

Earth laughs in flowers.
—Ralph Waldo Emerson

It is a daunting wonder and a mighty perplexing dilemma our collective unhappiness truly is. After all, take the onset of Tañyi for example—leaves begin to turn from luscious greens to dry and brittle reds, browns, and golds right before Wenañi sets in with its harbingers of a beautiful; yet, chilling death. And even more so, Wehe-Éhimpé dawns with rains that beat the Earth as if the heavens continuously weep for Winter’s most recent dying. Yet, where is the sorrow in the raindrops? There exists none—for the warmth, the vibrancy, and the fragrant florals of Wēhē Piwa depended on the falling, dying and showering. Indeed, we must face our storms and rainy days in order for our flowers to rise from the gently tossed and heavily beaten soil to dance with sweet gaiety.

So in love with our now—with Him, and of course your divine hearts!

♥ Egypt

Featured Image: Brother Bear, Maa and Didd’a ♥ “Raindrops in Sapponi” ♥

Tha’fxckthisworld…?¿ :/

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.


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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.

  • Summary

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.

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Loveology 101 — Step I: Taking Inventory


What is that you have to offer yourself? What has your provider gifted you in terms of precious gifts, talents, experiences, and access to knowledge and skills acquired? What women and men has the universe sent you as guardians, family, friends, mentors, coaches, educators and so on. . .

You see, Loveology is all about seeing exactly what you have, knowing exactly where you are in life, being aware of all that you have gained along your course called life, and then—being loving of yourself enough to leap courageously into the unknown with bold faith and mighty intentions to claim all that your heart desires.

You have to utilize your God’s-Eye View to visualize yourself on a game board! LIFE if you will. You are every facet of the game. You are your vehicle. You are the operator of your vehicle. You are the student. You are the professional. You are the acquirer of knowledge. You are your own insurance policy—I promise you, you’ll never find a better one. You are your own home and temple—where else have you been domicile and worshipped for longer?…I’ll wait.

You are your own victory.

Realize you are all that you need, you have all that you need, and you have the ability to acquire all that you need. Love all of the latter about YOU!


LOVEOLOGY 101 — BEFORE YOU TAKE THE PLUNGE…

Egypt English, LO
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Tripping Down Memory Lane | NEW BOOK!

I needed something fresh new; and yet still, something familiar. I remember when I would fill notebooks with thousands of words—the pages covered front to back with lives, stories, trials and glories galore. Back in my high school days Bus 33 was lit with myself and my homegirls swapping notebooks and journals filled with figments of our imaginations—voices and faces which seemed to levitate from our pages like a mighty fog lifting above a great lake.

Somehow time managed to dilute the passion I had for storytelling. For quite some time, a large part of my brain forgot how much I loved the art of crafting tales as a youth. The latter is one of the reasons LoveTrips™ the BLOG took its initial shaping. I wanted to get back to my free and whimsical writing, but as we see this train has long since headed around a different bend to some degree.

However, recently, the love, the passion, the desire to fill notebooks with lines of stories both based on true life experiences and those that merely seek to represent the historical truths of voices unaccounted for has returned to my heart and to my ink. And return it has with a fiery I should add. Thus, I am happy and overwhelmingly elated to introduce my first work in progress “Death House” —memoirs based on true happenings and witnessed accounts from the collection “Hoyani (Spirit Land) of American Saponi Country”.

You my Loves can read, comment, make suggestions, share and so on… Buena Lectura!

—♥E


Read “Death House” at Wattpad.com/EgyptEnglish. “Death House” is the first compilation of memoirs based on true happenings and witnessed accounts from the collection “Hoyani (Spirit Land) of American Saponi Country” I will be updating this short compilation with new chapters weekly until it is complete.

Read Egypt’s Ink

https://www.wattpad.com/user/EgyptEnglish

 

 

Rise like the Sun

Know today the Sun began His daily trek out of the East —from His lowest point in the sky of this year. And yet still, our Sun does not falter in His duty to give light; thus, give life. He does not curse Mother Luna, nor Mother Earth for His lowly state. Indeed the crown of a halo adorning Sun beams still and ever bright. With tomorrow, and with divine knowing He will begin his rising.

Happy Winter Solstice 2016!

Today marks the first day of our celestial new year…renew yourself in this time of rebirth🙌💕🙏

Maxing out on Holiday Cheer…

We have a break in at the workshoppe. All is not calm all is not bright!
REPEEAT! All is not calm all is not bright!
—Elf, “Bob’s sleigh” {Netflix}

Even if you don’t go tinsel and glitter crazy or turn into a psycho version of St. Nick throwing your holiday magic all about this year—you may be struggling with the holiday season’s arch nemesis, and a very unwanted visitor bearing bad tidings. . .

!¡STRESS!¡

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