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.


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 –

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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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#Teaspiration Thursday | Slow, but steady like flowers blooming…

Steadiness comes from character and commitment.

—Egypt & Frank singing …out with the old …

Character comes from personality which flows from mind—and your mind can either be an accurate or inaccurate representation of your soul and its magnificent purpose…yes, yes I know, that poor dead horse. Your soul is saying remember you are to be an altruistic reflection of health so put down that extra cherry tart and that toxic soda pop—but your personality says “OMG, but just a little bit more won’t hurt.” The truth is a little bit more will hurt. What? Why? How? …because you’ve probably said to yourself many times before “I’m going to stop purchasing things I do not need”…and you still go out each weekend for that new outfit. Subconsciously, you are saying to your soul its purpose, your purpose does not matter as much as the minuscule wants of your ever indecisive mind—personality, character.

Commitment begins within your mind. When your mind is dancing or is wholeheartedly attempting to dance in sync or coherence with your soul—commiting to an act with purpose becomes less strenuous and less complicated. Once you make the conscious-minded decision to put down the extra tart or to put back that unnecessary pair of shoes you reward your soul immensely. Your mind and your soul for at least that moment are pulled into alignment. You have declared and proclaimed that you acknowledge and reverence purpose and your path to purpose is fixed and stable.

The more your character and your commitment begin to reflect your soul’s purpose the steadier your walk, your journey will become.



Loveology 101 — Step II: Oh! The places you'll go...

Loveology 101 — Step II: Oh! The places you’ll go…

Remember the game Where’s Waldo?

Frank and I strive to be like Waldo, the boldly dressed individuals who sink into the background at events and happenings. Outgoing we can be, but in reality, we simply like to cuddle and binge on Netflix with rice crispy treats and honey cheese curls when we’re not cramming our brains with books and pdfs or typing fingers ragged. At the same time, we have vast dreams for our tomorrows—and we know that each tomorrow began yesterday.

You must know what you desire your life to look like on your very last day on Earth. Live like you are dying. And you have my dearest apologies if no one cared or loved you adequately enough to tell you, but Love—you have been in passing mode since the very day you first emerged from your Mother’s womb. Welcome to life, one helluva fleeting ship.

If your world right now looks black as night, or bright and gleaming with hellfires—shed no tears if you are not comfortable. Instead, choose your own ending, and do not stop maneuvering through that darkness or those flames until you see light or smoke clearing.

Imagine Step II as being something like creating your very own vision board. Have fun! Feel up your board with all sorts of wonders and fancies. Maybe you’re like Frank and me, and your heart is content with the simple things in life—watching the stars, thrifting Goodwills for educational books and vintage relics, plopping on the couch for a Netflix and Chill…or maybe you have more lavish desires—traveling the world in the latest fancy cars and clothes, sky-diving from every great cliff with the love of your life, or owning a Fortune 500 company. I cannot say what gets you going in the AM, but Step II is where you begin to visualize your life as you desire it be one day. Start thinking about your PURPOSE and where you see it taking you. You never know, you may end up on a trip across the world working with missionaries in an underdeveloped country, in a higher education classroom for the first time learning the fundamentals of the profession of your dreams, or maybe behind the counter of your newly opened thrift shop and boutique! Step II affirms that the world is truly yours for the taking. If you honor your heart’s desires you will see them manifest.


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Life Should Make You Think About Committing Suicide …

Valentine’s Day: February 14, 2015

For the majority — life is hard

Living in today’s world full of technology, and with access to an array of tools for success, we are surrounded by what would make the most inattentive soul believe life should be easy. Instead, many of us find ourselves struggling to make ends meet—and many more of us are being left depressed and seemingly out of options for success or apparent reasons to go on with the struggle. Yet, we have grown content with being complacent Continue reading