Goodbye January

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A new month has begun and we are already a few days into February. The month of love, purification and self care has started and with it I have soul searched myself and digested the last month.

At the beginning of the year I took an honest look at 2020 and all the lessons it brought. With it came a promise to myself for the upcoming year and the realization that I needed to take this honest look for each and every month and not just once a year. How could anyone stay on track letting so many months slip by. It simple seemed impossible to me and therefore here I am, recapping my first month of 2021, taking that honest, evaluating, critical, but also understanding and compassionate look back at the month that has just passed.

On a broad spectrum January was a physically and emotionally challenging month. I…

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Attitude of Gratitude February 4 2021

Annette Rochelle Aben

Thank you, for your Attitude of Gratitude:

Many people set goals, especially at the beginning of the new year or a new week. Rather than allowing those goals to come to fruition in their own time, some try to hurry them along. Often times that rushed energy can backfire. Trusting in the process is imperative.

Affirmation: I plant the seed and trust in the process of growth!

 I love you, Annette Rochelle Aben

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Reper-cussions – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

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VJs Weekly Challenge – Repercussions

Photo: The dove who got into the house but sadly hit the window attempting a way out.

“Death is not the opposite of life but a part of it.” Haruki Murakami

Reper-cussions

Soft percussion tears,
sombre funeral beat,
who will mourn her
choice of passage or
dare to judge the
repercussion that is 
her ending or, perhaps,
her beginning, this dove 
at peace, but it was I who 
left the door ajar and the
window closed.

©Paul Vincent Cannon

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Life Changes

Walt's Writings

Life Changes

Life has a way of interfering
causing us to change our plans
our dreams get put on hold
what we had hoped for
gets sidetracked

years go by and Life goes on
always changing, always refocusing
what we hoped we’d be
where we expected to be
what we thought we’d be doing
was put on hold by Life

priorities changed and we adapted
but our plans and dreams
still call to us
reminding us that it’s not to late

the years have passed
and we now have more time
Life taught us what was important
and we knew we would handle Life
and then move on to our planned dreams

the years that passed gave us the wisdom
and experience
to make our dreams come true
so Life steps aside
and we live our dreams

~The Tennessee Poet~
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