Oh, how gorgeous is that?!! :-) Love, love, love. :-) Yep, I said yes. Yes to love, yes to starting over, yes to moving to the other side of the world, yes to my man, yes to stepping away from cruel people, yes to embracing goodness, joy, and healing, yes to butterscotch pudding for breakfast this morning, yes to red wine with my guy tonight. xo
oh I love this Rain!Yes...I say it every day...even through the sting of rejection and judgement I continue to do sothere just is not other way to live...love and light
I love this too. I'm still looking for the right kind of Yes... and so far this year, I've figured out that Yes to work for work's sake, Yes to commitments I'm not passionate about, and Yes simply to please other people are not it. Also, Yes to staying up past midnight to watch "just one more" Arrested Development probably isn't it either. :) I want to hear more about your Yeses now!
I said yes to shopping today. And it ended up being a really long day. But I got to hang out with my little sis and buy things for my brother and also found some lovely black boots.This doesn't seem to fit your philosophical question, but that's my story. :)
Rain- I have been adding the YES into my life whenever possible. It makes me brave and forward and declarative. YES is risk and claim and live. I just watched a beautiful piece from Eve Ensler that I can't stop saying YES to. Check out the clip and my resounding YES at http://janaecharlotte.wordpress.com/2011/11/11/i-am-an-emotional-creature-eve-ensler/
Please be respectful in your words. I am on a journey and this is a glimpse of it. I do not engage in debating nor do I choose to spend my energy defending what I write. ::Let us move on, and step out boldly, though it be into the night, and we can scarcely see the way.Charles B Newcomb
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