That is distressing to say the least. I can’t believe this is happening to such a wonderful being. I stand with you in solidarity against TROLLS. Bring it on.
Some walk this lonely mile
A never-ending highway of hate
Echoing a taunt so vile Continue Reading
There once was a silver-grey fox of great beauty
Who lived very deep in the woods
Afraid of the meadow, where life once before
Had treated her worse than it should Continue Reading
I hear the cries of the lonely child
Echoing through my mind like thunder
I hear the cries of the one abused Continue Reading
This woman is very inspiring. Check her out.
Love people for who they are.
Appreciate the uniqueness,
the differences we all have.
open your heart and mind,
to the faults,
shortcomings of others!
At the end,
we are all doing our best to get through this journey of life!
Our best is all we can do,
All we can ask of others.
Don’t punish others when their best at the moment,
isn’t met to your standards.
Instead smile a little more,
be a little more kind,
they will come around.
We all eventually do!
Helping survivors must be a challenge in it’s self.
I’m still here.
Held up by God’s strength at times, but I rest knowing being close to Him is probably the best place I’ve been in a long, long time.
A fellow survivor wrote me after the last post and said, “You are being too hard on yourself.”
Since taking on this ministry I’ve gone from sharing my ‘experiences’ in God ‘showing up’ to feeling pulled to make sure what came from here was ‘inspirational’. The first was on my heart with no goal of even one person reading and the second, though also from my heart, morphed into writing for the proverbial ‘reader’ that would somehow share and bring more readers and more ‘likes’. Soon I was ‘advised’ to write on this topic, and that article and, though many I wanted to, there were times I didn’t.
In these past few weeks there have been many articles and news topics…
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