You have My Condolences!


In life, you will suffer many losses. You will lose family! Friends will come and go, some into eternal peace, and some will simply move onto a different path. Losing loved ones and friends will hurt the most- You will also lose a few of your favorite things, a few pennies here, a pair of glasses there, and as the years pass you will even lose pieces of yourself.  Despite the loss, you have my condolences.


Life will knock you down and the harder you fall the more difficult it will be to get back up! You have my condolences.


There will be days when you pray to God you had passed during the night. It may not seem like it, but I  promise you, it may not seem so at the time but each day will be better than the last-You have my condolences. 


The pain you feel today will only pass when you decide for yourself what life means to you. The moment you find your why for living,  you will find your will! Until then, life will continue repeating its burning lessons- You have my condolences.


Throughout the echoes of life,  there will be many tunes, some painful to the ear. Some soothing to the soul. But it’s the painful ones that will ring the loudest. Those tunes of lost love and sacrifices will rock your soul and bring you to your knees- you have my condolences. 


One day you will make peace with yourself, you will accept your flaws, throw caution to the wind ignoring all those insecurities that held you back, but until then you will wallow in self-pity, continue to seek the approval of others, continue to impress people you don’t like and who don’t like you- You will continue to give more love to those unsatisfying souls who could never love you as much as you love them. You have my sincere condolences!

-Yvette N. Treco

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4 Things to Remember This New Year!

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May Light always surround you;
Hope kindle and rebound you.
May your Hurts turn to Healing;
Your Heart embrace Feeling.
May Wounds become Wisdom;
Every Kindness a Prism.
May Laughter infect you;
Your Passion resurrect you.
May Goodness inspire
your Deepest Desires.
Through all that you Reach For,
May your arms Never Tire.”
― D. Simon

We’re hours away from welcoming a new year, well, a day at least.  Given the uncertainty of the past few years, I’ve heard some people say they dread the New Year, and just take it as it comes. Me, I’ve never been the one to make resolutions. 2023 will come in just as all those before it, bringing with it a clean slate, and new beginnings, giving us 365 days of endless possibilities.  How you use them is entirely up to you but, if you’re not sure yet, here are four points you may wish to consider,  your future self will thank you!

Choose to be YOU!  Faking it is one of the most exhausting activities you’ll ever carry out.  Trying to be someone else is hard, it’s so much easier to be yourself because you don’t have to think about it, it all comes naturally. If people don’t like the real you, then find a new group.  If no one else chooses you, choose yourself above all else, in the end, it’s you, you have to live with.  

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Taking Time-Out with Yourself

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Meditation is your time-out with yourself. It isn’t a house party, and there is no law saying how you must feel. Keep a journal and write down how you feel before and after each meditation session. Maintain a beginner’s mind and, most importantly, connect with other like-minded people who can embrace, nourish, and support you during your practice and daily life.
― Ntathu Allen

Be Careful Who You Share Your Soul With

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When you show deep empathy towards others that should amplify their positive energy.
Try to share your soul but be selective because your soul cannot be shared with every soul you meet.
Some will not understand or appreciate it.
― Charles E Hudson

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Why Some People Cling To Pain

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Let go. Why do you cling to pain? There is nothing you can do about the wrongs of yesterday. It is not yours to judge. Why hold on to the very thing which keeps you from hope and love?— Leo Buscaglia

The human mind is your most powerful possession. It’s also one of the most difficult things to control. It takes dedication, practice, and commitment to harness the mind, to control your feelings and your thoughts. But once you do, life becomes so much better, it may still be difficult because you can’t control the minds of people around you or certain situations in life but you can live a better life when you learn to control your minds to a point where you become more conscious of your thoughts. 

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In Life, Everyone You Meet Has an Impact

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I believe that everything, the good and the bad, happens for a reason and is part of something bigger – purpose with a capital P. I also believe we each have an individual purpose, lowercase p, that fits in with the grander plan, and that part of the reason we are there is to find it, because everyone matters; each person’s contribution, large or small, has an impact.
― Marie Bostwick