This blog is dedicated to my own truths. Some of them will help, some of them will be eye rolling in their inability to even connect.
I am a self-described wisdom seeker. I read voraciously, I live vicariously, and I search each and every day for the knowledge and the wisdom to make me better. That better may consist of ways to find beauty, ways to create beauty, or ways to be beauty.
I believe whole-heartedly that this world has all we need to find the answers if we simply take the time to look for it. I search for those answers constantly.
This blog while open to the world, is my own slice of knowledge. It isn’t meant to be a final answer, but another question in my search to find the truth. The truth is a relative thing, much like our demons and our own perceptions. It comes, changes, and leaves. It is evolving and tends to strive for elusiveness when we need it most.
As a woman who spends the majority of time existing within a mind ravaged by disease, the quest for truth is a dangerous and oftentimes perilous journey. My writing, my discovering is simply a way to cope.
I am a mother, a daughter, a sister, and a lover. I am an employee, a patient, and a shopper. I am a reader, a dreamer, and a believer in something higher than my own soul. I have the normal needs and the abnormal desire to find out what exactly in this world would make me complete.
I strive for perfection but miss the mark, I strive for kindness but find myself without the patience, and I constantly strive to find that one place on earth that I can be whole.
I need a resting place and until I find it, my soul will continue the search.
May the angels keep us safe and guide us all.
ポテト (@Yaoxinn) said:
I happened to stumble upon your website and it was truly an amazing read. It is painful to see how you describe the world you see and the emotions you feel even though I have never been through any of that. I, however, know somebody important to me who suffers from depression with alternations to mania; my biological sister. There are also an extent further of depth to which I understand things and people, so never think that you’re on your own! Can’t believe I only found your website now when you have written for years. Cheers 🙂
Your sister has all the luck in the world to survive and grow; a brother who cares and a brother who tries to understand. It is a gift greater than the any other.
Your truly an artist, I salute you, but help me how can I create my own blog concerning tourism and because that sound more like advertisement will there be any charges?
Toby Weitzman said:
I understand what you are going through. My son had schizophrenia, I would love to speak with you.
If you have questions or just need a listening ear don’t hesitate. I am always honest and that includes reminding you that I am not a doctor. I simply have a lot of personal experience. Let me know how I can help.
Kendall F. Person, thepublicblogger said:
forwarded a copy to a parent/son duo in need of the expectations of a Child’s World. The insight you have delivered must rival the top psychologist in the nation. And i found on WordPress for free. My friends (I hope) will be grateful to me as I am to you.
Again, that you for such wonderful words. There is a post I wrote (under The Mom tab) about children breaking our hearts. That one helped others as well.
Lidia Chmel said:
God bless you. I wish I could wright like you. Carry on
Thank you for your comment. As a famous author once wrote, writing is easy, it’s the first letter on the page that is hard.