In 2020, Be Who You Are

Be Well Be Happy

By now you may be tired of hearing about 2020 and what a huge decade this will be for so many. Perhaps it is time to really set intentions from your heart and for all humanity. We have a lot of work ahead of us. Many of you are feverishly working to make our world a better place to live in for our children and generations to come. Thank you! It does not go unnoticed. Now is the time to act and stand up for what we believe in. We do not know for sure what the future will be, but we can begin to plan accordingly.

There will be good days and some very difficult days in the future. I believe in being authentic and speaking your truth. It is easy to be yourself. Instead of being a follower, be who you are. Practice what you preach and walk the walk. One day at a time. Forever grateful to all those who are serving the world in some way or form. Freedom is not always free.

“I looked in temples, churches, and mosques, but I found the divine within my heart.” - Rumi

My heartfelt intention for the next decade is to become more spiritually connected to my source. To have faith and let go of doubt. It means everything to me to be consciously tuned into my higher being.  No matter where you are in life you can always dial into something greater than yourself. I was blessed with parents who had a strong faith and love for one another. This energy carries and guides me in life. To be faithful, strong, loving, compassionate and live life to its fullest. To forgive and move forward. Let the past be the past. Be present with this moment, this day, this life. What an incredible gift to simply become more mindful. No judgements, no expectations. We are human, mistakes will be made and we will move forward. We can’t go back! Forgiveness is imperative.

I leave you with one of my favorite poems for the New Year.

"On the day when

the weight deadens

on your shoulders

and you stumble,

may the clay dance

to balance you.

And when your eyes

freeze behind

the grey window

and the ghost of loss

gets in to you,

may a flock of colours,

indigo, red, green,

and azure blue

come to awaken in you

a meadow of delight.


When the canvas frays

in the currach of thought

and a stain of ocean

blackens beneath you,

may there come across the waters

a path of yellow moonlight

to bring you safely home.


May the nourishment of the earth be yours,

may the clarity of light be yours,

may the fluency of the ocean be yours,

may the protection of the ancestors be yours.

And so may a slow

wind work these words

of love around you,

an invisible cloak

to mind your life."

- John O’Donohue


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