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SHE LAWS: IDENTITY

Identity is being able to understand the song of your soul. It’s also the most important thing you need to understand about yourself before you do ANYTHING in life. If you don’t know WHO you are, then you can’t start your journey and expect it to turn out well. You can’t have intimacy until you have achieved identity, otherwise, you are just giving away a confused heart and asking someone to love you, when you don’t even know who YOU are. Continue reading

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“Thought Garden” has launched!

“It was impossible to deny him. I tried avoiding eye contact so my knees wouldn’t buckle or my heart wouldn’t stop from his penetrating stare. But it was no use; just the feel of his warm breath on my neck and my body would surrender instantly. I was powerless against him; which is why I had to kill him.” – Free the Beast Continue reading

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NUMB

It was the day after her 43rd birthday that she first told me the news. Stage-three breast cancer. It didn’t really register right away. She texted me the results and I texted her back, “Are you okay?” As if she … Continue reading

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Fate Knocking

My heart is without a beat. Still like a frozen pond, lifeless it sits in my tired body. Without even the strength to stir anger within me, I sit hopelessly broken not wanting, not crying, not even… anything. Inside my … Continue reading

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Growing Hope

This is it. Not one more minute can I even harbor the thought of living in this house with this man! Like anger tossed in misery and splattered with a dash of self-pity he sits on the couch day after … Continue reading

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