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MY 4 SIMPLE SPIRITUAL GEMS TO KEEP WITH YOU IN LIFE

For many years I prided myself on being assertive, aggressive, and someone who championed not only my cause but also the cause of others. I knew that innately I was extremely compassionate, but there was another side to me. A side that had a temper. Perhaps it had to do with my Astrological star, but my temperament always had to do with defense. ...

For many years I prided myself on being assertive, aggressive, and someone who championed not only my cause but also the cause of others. I knew that innately I was extremely compassionate, but there was another side to me. A side that had a temper. Perhaps it had to do with my Astrological star, but my temperament always had to do with defense. ...

EXPECTATIONS – DISAPPOINTMENTS CAN CLEAR THE WAY

Some years ago I had been observing some wasps at my bedroom window. There were lots of windows in my room and I did not use curtains, so I loved to sit by my bed at the windows and stare out into the nothingness of my environment, quiet and scenic. But these wasps that came, to a person like me, a spiritualist, was not a good sign. ...

Some years ago I had been observing some wasps at my bedroom window. There were lots of windows in my room and I did not use curtains, so I loved to sit by my bed at the windows and stare out into the nothingness of my environment, quiet and scenic. But these wasps that came, to a person like me, a spiritualist, was not a good sign. ...

EGBE – A FASCINATING INTERVIEW

Hello to you all! I have been missing for some days as I have been busy with Egbe initiations and also I was (still am) fighting the flu. Here on Embracing Spirituality, I have written on Egbe before (read here), and I have done many initiations for people here in Nigeria. I even have initiated Egbe myself and so have my children. I have video footage of the recently done Egbe initiation this past week, but the young lady has not yet agreed to me showing them, so I may post some audio in the comments instead. ...

Hello to you all! I have been missing for some days as I have been busy with Egbe initiations and also I was (still am) fighting the flu. Here on Embracing Spirituality, I have written on Egbe before (read here), and I have done many initiations for people here in Nigeria. I even have initiated Egbe myself and so have my children. I have video footage of the recently done Egbe initiation this past week, but the young lady has not yet agreed to me showing them, so I may post some audio in the comments instead. ...

WISE MUSINGS OF A MAD MAN

Whenever I write a post it it comes from somewhere deep within. I always write my truth, and I try to do it as tastefully and with some humor. Life is challenging enough for us to be too serious about it, humor takes the edge off. I had fun writing Fatty Sandra last week, and also had fun with you guys and your comments. I too read along with you after I published the post and became fascinated with the cast of characters. ...

Whenever I write a post it it comes from somewhere deep within. I always write my truth, and I try to do it as tastefully and with some humor. Life is challenging enough for us to be too serious about it, humor takes the edge off. I had fun writing Fatty Sandra last week, and also had fun with you guys and your comments. I too read along with you after I published the post and became fascinated with the cast of characters. ...

FATTY SANDRA AND THE BABY DUPPY – PART 4

Sharon had been crying for weeks. Her mother had died and it hurt so much. "Mummy," she cried, her voice hoarse as she buried her face in her tear stained pillow. Her life held no meaning for her anymore, she felt as if she wanted to die. They had planned a shopping trip to New York and then they would go off to Disney World. Sharon was 23 years old and the only child for both of her parents. Aunty Maureen had no children and she took Sharon as her own also. Their family was strong and they all got along well. ...

Sharon had been crying for weeks. Her mother had died and it hurt so much. "Mummy," she cried, her voice hoarse as she buried her face in her tear stained pillow. Her life held no meaning for her anymore, she felt as if she wanted to die. They had planned a shopping trip to New York and then they would go off to Disney World. Sharon was 23 years old and the only child for both of her parents. Aunty Maureen had no children and she took Sharon as her own also. Their family was strong and they all got along well. ...