We desire soul-connecting but experience ego-encounters.
We feel jaded when someone treats us poorly. We are furious when someone acts different than we think they should. We pull away from those who have hurt us because it makes sense to protect ourselves. We carry life-long grudges for minor disagreements. We attempt to control and manipulate those around... Continue Reading →
I was listening to something--a book on Audible, a podcast, NPR--something. Then I heard the common phrase Gone, but not Forgotten. Then they turned it around and said Forgotten, but not Gone. I instantly shut the audio off and began reminiscing about wounds I've forgotten, but are never truly gone. Just because I've chosen to... Continue Reading →