Probably like many, I awakened kind of heavily but I shifted my focus towards gratitude. I got shit to pay, advancements to be made, prompt forward movement to take place and a host of other things lurking in the corners of my subconscious mind and spirit.
Instead, I gave thanks and held good space for as long as I could and then I proceeded with my morning rituals. I opened Facebook (this is a practice that I shall eliminate in the very near future) and immediately my mood that was being maintained on a chin's hair, teetered into disgust after reading the incredibly distasteful and simply alarming comments made by #45 regarding Puerto Rico, it's people as well the mayor. I needed coffee pronto and to hurl the phone across the room if there was any hope in me saving this day.
I'm a sponge and always have been. An empath for sure. I was one before I even knew what that meant. As a matter of fact, I vaguely remember the day I learned the word and was uber excited there was one for my intense feelings. I could put a finger on it and describe it to another. Still, even full description doesn't convey the magnitude of which these incredibly intense feelings are received and processed.
As I listened to yet another story, actually the same one repeated as it's often neatly wrapped in, "Can you believe he did that to me?" At this point, I barely allow a mumble to escape it's sanctuary that's safely tucked behind my lips, as I could care less about this story. It's repetitive nature disturbs me to my core. As a matter of fact, many years ago I implemented a friend rule that swings both ways, but it goes along the lines of this, one can not complain to me about the same problem after a certain amount of time as I will no longer listen to it. I'm never sure what that timeline looks like, but my spirit always let me know when it's had enough and refuses to absorb anymore of the stale bullshit being hurled my way.
Madam C.J. Walker, born Sarah Breedlove (December 23, 1867 - May 25, 1919) was an African American entrepreneur, philanthropist, and a political and social activist. She was the first female self-made millionaire in America. Dubbed as, "the world's most successful female entrepreneur of her time" and one of the successful African American business owners ever.
Okay, I've been as quiet as a church mouse pissing on cotton but, this has gotten completely out of hand at an incredibly rapid pace. I'm no longer in awe of, disappointed in, nor putting any further effort into the attempt to understand the mental capacity of anyone that supports him. They are all "Gone with the Wind," ridiculous. This is not my opinion, nor just my observations, it's the absolute, unadulterated truth.
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Wise beyond her years and an empath; this compassionate, energy worker is often sought out for advice, encouragement and most certainly the truth. She'd like to share her collected gems and infinite wisdom (and blunders) with you, as she continues to travel along her journey of growth, love and light. #LightWorker