(That's a sign a complete stranger gave to me on the way to the March when she saw I didn't have one. That's my friend Shon. I asked him to come with me because I didn't want to go alone. He was already planning on going and happily walked with me.) About a week ago,... Continue Reading →
Given the content of this blog, one might think I was drawn to Supergirl because the show revolves around a badass, crime-fighting female. While being very true, it isn’t the full story. I have to admit, I wasn’t too interested in watching a female-version of Superman. I mean, I wasn't all that into Superman or the vigilante scene... Continue Reading →
For those who might have noticed, I apologize for my silence and absence. I’ve been dark for a while since I started law school. If you aren’t familiar with law school, it completely takes over your life. I seriously struggle to be engaged in conversations that don’t have to do with law school since it’s... Continue Reading →
Your ego tends to blame others instead of understanding. Blaming is easier than opening up true emotions. Taking responsibility will not only break down this barrier from your true self it will make you and your relationships better. Do not let your ego point fingers for your own actions – to improve your life take accountability and reflect on your actions.
Shutting the world out and not being open is a huge part of your ego. Most people do not want to show weakness, yet feel so weak. In order to tackle a hardship you have to stop hiding from your problems and express yourself. If you are not being honest with others you are not being honest with yourself. The ego is a huge wall blocking you from a connection with yourself and others, “I’m okay” just seems easier than facing the truth. Connecting with your soul and letting out a good cry…
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