You grow, from being a child to a teenager, to one day you realize you're a Woman. No longer a daughter, or a girlfriend, or a student. You're a Woman. Meaning you're responsible for your own actions, words and choices. And the way the World appears at your stage seems now less frightening, but a lot more challenging. You can do, be, or dream anything as far as your imagination lets you go.
But we carry our unknown limitations: we know nothing about Time, Wisdom or Patience, and those are only learn with the experiences we live and share. You have to cry and forgive. Especially forgive yourself for your mistakes. So, to find out that you're now a Woman it's an extremely important step, but one of many still to give.
Imagine you could go to a gym, not a fitness one, but sharpness-of-the-mind gym. We need to take care of our bodies, no doubt, eating well and keeping those muscles fibers strong and healthy, but if our mind is not clear, all of you is just another you messing around in the world, using things and people for entertainment.
Go to the Mind Gym, and work out into growing from being a Woman, to become a Spiritual Mother. I know that the word "mother" might frighten you, but rethink the word. Clean it up from prejudice, criticism, stereotypes. Rethink it with the a clean and open mind.
Find the Love inherent and the Strength in it. Find the teachings and the Humbleness.
Become a Spiritual Mother, and live in the fullness of being Nature.
Nature creates and destroys as it needs. Nature is balance and continuity. Nature is huge and is the smallest of details. Live your largest range of Life.
As a Woman, you learn that fear makes you starve till you loose everything. You learn that tears help you release your emotions, but are not a solution. You learn that a gentle gesture is a hundred times more powerful than an angry one. And when you finally understand that, and breath that, choose to evolve. From that full Woman, to a Spiritual Mother, that contains inside her being, the power to heal and Love. The folowing pictures are from the artist Nishe: http://blog.nishe.net Thank you.
to think that 13.8 billions after, the Universe has a plan for us
humans... here's my true sense about Life's meaning: you'll soon be dead."
1. You don't have to have a dream.
2. Don't seek happiness (it's like like having an orgasm, if you chase it it goes away)
3. Remember, it's all luck.
5. Be hard on your opinions.
6. Be a teacher.
7. Define yourself by what you love.
8. Respect people with less power than you.
9. Don't rush.
Sometimes I wish I was living someone else's life. Some Lives just seem more exciting and truer, lived fully with a strong beating Heart. Passion, desire, devastating failures followed by grand successes. In fewer words, Lives that look like good romantic-comedy movies.
But, sometimes, when the sun shines over, I can really feel appreciative of all my big mistakes (except for 2 or 3 really shitty ones) and think how lucky I am, for the adventures and misadventures I’ve lived, to the point I want to shout: THANK YOU! and I can feel the Love in my Life, spilling over from every each pore. Ah, this Life I’ve been given... Well, it’s not my Life. I didn’t sign any paper, or cloud, saying I was owning a Life with which I can do whatever I want. It happened to me just as it happened to you.
Most times it’s apparent that my Life is like a leasing deal. I can use it as I want, but there are certain rules to follow, and if I fail to follow one rule, I can immediately feel the set back. In the end I can either keep this Life as mine, or give it back, but then, if I give it back, I’ll have to do everything all over... choose a family, grow, learn, forgive, and Love, Love till I am that Life.
“The internal dialogue is what grounds people in the daily world. The world is such and such or so and so, only because we talk to ourselves about its being such and such and so and so. The passageway into the world of shamans opens up after the warrior has learned to shut off his internal dialogue.” — Carlos Castaneda
“A change of perspective may be all it takes to transform a painful experience into an empowering growth experience.”
— Iyanla Vanzan