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Sunday Reflections are my Best

My Sunday’s are used for reflection and planning. Very often my life is seemingly one continuous flow of events. I feel absorbed into the motion of things. One thing I’ve gleaned from the ebb and flow is life isn’t slowing its pace to accommodate you. So, you’ve got to slow it down intentionally yourself. This is where reflection and planning comes into play. It’s a necessary element in enjoying the moment. It’s the stopping of that flow, that gives a chance to look at where you’ve been and  ...

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Gems and Jewels 💎📿🔮

Hey everybody. Lately, I’ve developed an appreciation for semi precious gems 💎 and jewels 💎. Pictured here is a lot of moonstones I got from a gems dealer in Pakistan. I don’t know yet what I’ll do with them (in terms of actual designs) but Being the creative person I am I’ve decided to give jewelry making a try. 🌙 My mom always talks about purchasing some really posh jewelry to pass down as family heirlooms and that, in part, has inspired me. Before the year is out, I’m going to surprise  ...

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I am here to Win

I am here to win… Win at my best version of my life … for myself … whilst competing only against myself. They say life’s greatest enemy will always exist in our minds. That’s where the chief oppressor resides. Our perception of how life is progressing and treating us is the only enemy we’re ever going to face and ultimately overcome if we want to win at life. I know it’s easier said than done, but if we can conquer our state of mind we can flourish  ...

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The Creator’s Clause  

Good morning. 2017 has started off pretty intense. A trail of lessons of tough love from 2016 followed through into the first few months of the new year. It was a poignant slick of mucus that left behind a faint glaze across the perverbial floor of the kitchen of my soul. It has been a cage rendering duel, the hardest of challenges… even now, I’m looking at the curing of those lessons – becoming harder- harder to ignore- harder to clean up the longer it sits. Yes,  ...

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