Guest Poetess & Wild Wanderess, Gwenivere Weiss shares a passionate poem hot of her poetic presses.
"Compassion is a call, a demand of nature, to relieve the unhappy as hunger is a natural call for food." - The Patron Saint of Prostitutes
Guest Writer, Lilith Lavender writes on reconciling with misogyny. Thank you for inspiring me to show up in the world and to dare to be seen.
To those who dare to wander and find, your truth to no longer feel hopelessly blind.
She feels between-the-lines, of what others do not express. She reads between-the-wines, for what goes unexpressed. She's a feeler of the world, filled with the wealth of inner success.
“The way to right a wrong is to turn the light of truth upon them.” –Ida B. Wells 1862-1932 Investigative Journalist. Writer. Newspaper Editor. Suffragist. Sociologist. Feminist. Civil Rights Leader/Activist. Teacher. Public Speaker. A Founding Member of the NAACP. Mother.
We like to think, or want to believe that our way of love is right. Right? When I’m really honest with myself, I certainly do.
We all want to believe we are doing right by Love—our very own version of it, that is. From the overpowering divide and conquerers to the egalitarian peacemakers. From the selfish to the selfless. From the narcissists to the empaths. From the givers to the receivers (who see each other as "the overbearing" and "the takers.") … Continue reading Love. The Capitalized Kind:Part 2
All we have is our experience as we pass through this realm of existence. Having a reverence for Life is to ensure that all it’s creatures have a truly nurturing space to dwell in during their time here. This is a gift we have the power to provide & sustain. This can be the legacy … Continue reading The Legacy of a Generation