Throughout my life I have had many identities. As a kid growing up
“When the soul wants to experience something, she throws out an image in
“The thing you are most afraid to write. Write that.” —Nayyirah Waheed, Salt
Throughout my life I have had many identities. As a kid growing up in Texas I understood myself to be Mexican and Catholic. There were other ways of identifying myself and my family, but there wasn’t as much attention paid
“When the soul wants to experience something, she throws out an image in front of her and then steps into it.” I love this quote by Meister Eckhart, because it so eloquently describes the need for invoking new self-visions—and the
“The thing you are most afraid to write. Write that.” —Nayyirah Waheed, Salt Let me start by saying, I used to judge women who said they had postpartum depression. Maybe it was because the few stories I had heard were
In this modern culture of individualism, it is precious and rare to meet individuals who have managed to break free from who they are taught to be and cross over into true ingenuity, true possibility, true creativity and freedom. Rama
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