Tagged with soul


Self-Care is probably THE most important thing in the world. You won’t be of any use to anyone if your own health and well-being is lacking. The other day I was talking to a friend and telling her how important it is to look after herself. “You are the most important person in your life” … Continue reading

I just want the simple things (part two)

I think I just fell in love. With music. And with the simple things. Again. Holy fucking music! Thanks to a friend, I checked out this musician by the name of Ziggy Alberts. And, just ah…such, absolute love! There is no other way to describe it. Here is my favourite track (so far, as I’ve … Continue reading

Child of the Universe

I am a child of the universe. I am not bound by any constricting views. I am not limited to a particular culture, race, gender, religion, country, social class, I’m not defined by my looks, my language, my background, what I eat, what I believe in, who I am friends with, what I study, Life … Continue reading

Find You, Save Me.

I am beginning to find myself again. In order to save myself, I need to get back on my feet and start living my life again. I have started reading a really interesting and thought-provoking book (courtesy of a friend for understanding where I am/was with life recently). This book is amazing. I have only … Continue reading

I Dare You To Move

Music is my one true love. It is the only thing that is (and will always be) there for me through the best of times, through the hardest of times, and through the mediocre times. I express myself best through music and sometimes when I have nothing to say or feel, music says it best … Continue reading

I believe in the good things comin’

Stolen lyrics from a soul-healing song. “I believe in the good things comin’, comin’, comin’ comin’. Out of darkness light are pumpin’, pumpin’, pumpin’ pumpin’. Into white light all things runnin’, runnin’, runnin’ runnin’. Who have I been, who am I becomin’? Come in, come in, come in. Take a walk with the cedars hummin’, … Continue reading

A weekend away from the city

So, lately I have been feeling very flat, lonely, anti-social, numb, etc. and I think a lot of it may have to do with living in the city. I’ve never really been a city person, but I just learned to adapt over the years whenever I live there. At the moment I feel like my … Continue reading