The raging storm is Zen.

Dark clouds blanketing the sun.

The thunder crying.

The lightening embrace.

The waves pushing and pulling.

Razor sharp in a game of tug-and-war.

The sand flutters in an eternal dance.

The raging storm is Zen. 

ABC Day 1: A is for Acceptance

Acceptance sometimes sounds like such an easy feat but in actuality, it can be one of the hardest thing for anyone to conquer.

Acceptance starts with learning to accept yourself. Accept who you were, who you are now, only then you can become who you are meant to be. 

Accept your present circumstances. Acknowledge that everything in life is temporary and how you react to your present circumstances will determine your outcome. 

There will be infinite possibilities for you on this journey once you have a mindset of acceptance. Accept yourself and your present circumstances wholeheartedly-your flaws, your mistakes, your failures, all the positives and all the negatives in your life. 

You can only begin to move forward through acceptance


As children we were taught our ABC’s which paved a way for freedom. Literacy is a form of freedom. But what about personal freedom that will allow us to blossom as a person and stay blooming? 

For the next 26 days, starting today, I encourage you to practice with me what I call, ABC: Mindful Self Blossoming. To have personal freedom, the revolution must start within us. 

Let us begin our journey to being our own love. 


When we think about being mindful, we often think about how the choices we make will affect someone or something.

Our mind is cluttered and we are present for everyone and everything else but ourselves.

Mindfulness must start from within us.

Being mindful is to be conscious. We must learn to be conscious with not only our thoughts but also with our body. Consume food that will heal and nourish your body.  Exercise the vehicle that your soul is in, so you can dance a little louder and love this world a little longer.

Be mindful to you.

The Happy Book

Originally this book was titled “The Book of Ananda,” meaning a book about happiness or bliss when I first wrote it in January of 2017. It was also meant to have four “chapters,” listed as: Happy Moon, Cheerful Sun, Jolly Earth, and Bubbly Star. Fast Forward to December 2018, I decided that it was meant to be as one rather than individuals. This is a book meant for the children in your life or even the child within yourself.

The moon is happy.

Be happy like the moon.

The sun is cheerful.

Be cheerful like the sun.

The earth is jolly.

Be jolly like the earth.

The stars are bright.

Be bright like the stars.

You are the moon,

A MIGHTY moon.

You are the sun,


You are the earth,


 You are a star,


Backyard Adventures of Bunny and Me

Bunny and me

we went out to the sea,

drifting with the ocean breeze.

We stopped by an isle of trees and

drank coconut by threes,

as much as we please!

Bunny and me

had our own  little jamboree,

went on a dancing spree,

feeling wild and free and

filled with so much glee!

Bunny and me

we like to jump on leaves,

spinning and twirling with ease.

Then pretending we had ski’s,

sliding down a mountain screaming “WHEEEE!”

No One But You

Written August 10th, 2017


No one can love you,

as much as you can love yourself.

No one can believe in you,

as much as you can believe in yourself.

No one can be as patient with you,

as you are with yourself.

No one can be forgiving of you,

as you are with yourself.

No one but you.

Nobody Sees Anybody

“Nobody sees anybody truly but all through the flaws of their own egos. That is the way we all see …each other in life. Vanity, fear, desire, competition– all such distortions within our own egos– condition our vision of those in relation to us. Add to those distortions to our own egos the corresponding distortions in the egos of others, and you see how cloudy the glass must become through which we look at each other. That’s how it is in all living relationships except when there is that rare case of two people who love intensely enough to burn through all those layers of opacity and see each other’s naked hearts.” (Letter to Gadge~Tennesse Williams)

Confessions of a Momma

Perhaps I am not the ordinary female who played marriage and kids growing up but surely someone out there must feel the way I do.

What is it that I feel? Let me tell you.

Prior to my being pregnant, and during my pregnancy, I heard many mothers tell me that the physical pain I will endure during childbirth will subside completely and that I will fall utterly and completely in love at the first sight at my own little miracle.

Unfortunately no one cared to tell me about the discomfort of postpartum pregnancy!

But no, I did not fall utterly in love with my daughter at first sight. This devastated me as a person and a new mother. I was supposed to be in a state of euphoria in these sweet tender moments of her new life on Earth.

What I did feel was a sense of responsibility: to shelter her from harm, to provide her with a peaceful and loving environment where she can learn and grow, and to be her teacher when she needs guidance.

I did however, rose in love with her: her contagiousness, the way her eyes sparkle in delight, the way her smile illuminates any darkness that I feel, the way her laughter is music to my soul, and the way the power of her love is faithful, unyielding, translucent and best of all, unconditional for ME.

I did not fall in love with my daughter. I rose utterly and completely in love with her. She is the light of my world.



There is nothing in life that is permanent. This vessle is just a temporary home for our soul to exist; to gain different experiences so that our true conscience can grow spirtuality, mentality, physically in every form we take.