Where do you go…

At times, I wonder where do we all go? No, nothing rhetorical. But really, where do we all go? Aimlessly we wonder, looking for something to fill the emptiness. Can the emptiness ever be filled? Who will fill it? Why does it need to be filled? Why are we trying to fill the emptiness?

Questions are endless. Answers are numerous. Is it about questions? Is it about answers? Or perhaps it is all about the story. After all, the ending is known. Or is it?

What do we know after all? What is knowledge?

I am still trying to figure out what I know. I know what I was thought. I know what I learned in school. I know what I learned from being a mother. I know what I learned from being a partner. I know what I learned from being a daughter, a sister, a relative and a friend. Though I still do not know what I truly know because I learned it and what I know because I figured it out on my own.

I don’t feel lost. No never lost. Maybe aimless at times. But what is aimless?

8 Ways to Make Every Day Your Best Without Pretending You’re Happy or Letting Go.

I really enjoyed reading this article.

Photo Vinod Nanaiah on Pixoto

Photo: Vinod Nanaiah on Pixoto.

A lot to learn

A lot to learn

Give roots…


Take time out

Taking a break or a day off, when your body tells you, is the best gift you can give yourself and your mind. Do it! Do it today or tomorrow and as often as you can because you deserve it! ♥ AVS

Always reflect


My Most Important Relationship Is With My Source…

“My Most Important Relationship Is With My Source… There is no relationship of greater importance to achieve than the relationship between you, in your physical body, right here and now, and the Soul/Source/God from which you have come. If you tend to that relationship, first and foremost, you will then, and only then, have the stable footing to proceed into other relationships. Your relationship with your own body; your relationship with money; your relationship with your parents, children, grandchildren, the people you work with, your government, your world . . . will all fall swiftly and easily into alignment once you tend to this fundamental, primary relationship first.” `Abraham

Excerpted from the workshop: The Vortex on August 31, 2009

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