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Recently I’ve been asking myself, what do I truly want in life? If you read my blog posts, you know I’m very much into the whole “enlightenment” thing sort of speak. I’ve mentioned my life goal and purpose, and how I intend to spend the rest of my years. But when other things get inContinue reading “Untitled”

One week later,

And I still can’t find the words to say. I sit in my room and watch the light trickle in passed the silence and trees. I smell scents of old homes through the forest and suns rays while nothing— makes a sound. I’ve been moving this past week in order to enjoy these moments. NoiseContinue reading “One week later,”

It’s Monday…

And I think about the things I’ve been saying these past couple of weeks; Things are getting easier yet harder. I wonder if that’s still true. I think about my most recent choice in life, the one mentioned in last weeks post, and wonder how much easier/harder it’s made everything. I feel I’m at theContinue reading “It’s Monday…”

Lifes full of bumps Pt.2

Between mountains & roads,I find myself less alone in these times.I fall in line with purpose but now more than ever; action–that took so hard to find. Running from things that will never help me seem to call my phone constantly having me in circles running back again. Life’s full of bumps and that’s aContinue reading “Lifes full of bumps Pt.2”

Daylight – A writing

The way light trickles in, it’s hard to ignore the beauty if it all.I think back to times of silence I find even now and realize in the end it was all worth it. I met God in times of trouble, but knew him even more through success.I put myself back into these moments asContinue reading “Daylight – A writing”

Today’s beautiful, couldn’t you agree?

As I returned to my apartment at 9 am, a sharp beam of light laid itself across my floor from the window. The sun was here. Specks of golden dust floated in the air as if they were spreading the light just to brighten my day. This is my favorite part. I spent my entireContinue reading “Today’s beautiful, couldn’t you agree?”