Experience your story as one worth telling. Because it is!

This is what I want for you:

To experience yourself as whole, wise, and awe-inspiring.
Because you are.

To trust the knowing voice within that says, “You already know…”
Because you do.

To experience your story as one worth telling.
Because it is.

To walk through your days profoundly aware that you are not alone.
Because you are not, ever.

This I promise.

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Oh, do I have a story for you!

For nearly three years now I have been meeting almost weekly with three other women: Julie Daley, Tanya Geisler, and Amy Palko. We came together with the desire to write what we weren’t (or wouldn’t) share anyplace else: a safe container and encouraging space in which we could explore far beyond the boundaries of our blog. Believe me, I could talk for hours, days, months, about all... Read more...

Somewhere between Kali and Jesus…

I am Kali Ma. I stick my tongue out of my once silent lips. These eyes, no longer mild, Are furious daggers of fire. ~ a portion of a poem by Tanya Geisler These words do not describe me. At least not as much as I wish they did and want them to. My tongue is restrained behind my lower front teeth, afraid to breathe in too quickly for fear of the icy-cold pain that hits nerve endings and makes me... Read more...

Nevertheless, We Persist!

On Tuesday, February 7, 2017, Senator Elizabeth Warren began to read a letter Coretta Scott King wrote in 1986 that criticized Jeff Sessions record on civil rights – the nominee for attorney general. The majority leader, Senator Mitch McConnell interrupted Ms. Warren with an objection, claiming that she was “impugning the motives and conduct of our colleague from Alabama.” Ms. Warren asked to... Read more...
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