Sisterhood – even with one other woman – is becoming increasingly important the more I mature. It’s more than a friendship, it’s more than a birthright. It’s a promise from one woman to another to witness their journey and to support their journey of growth, to cheer for them at the sidelines and to fight … Read moreSisterhood
Space I call Home. I can see why a transient existence is appealing to some. I don’t belong to any space or time or building other than where I choose to inhabit at any particular moment. I can ground myself anywhere I think. Perhaps that comes from the realization that ‘home’ is everything inside me … Read moreHome
Sometimes life can take unexpected turns and force you to reassess where you think are in your journey. There was a time in the past where I’d see that kind of interjection in life as a nuisance, a hurdle, an injustice. Something which got in the way of my plans and rendered my vision unbelievable. … Read moreHumanity
This post may offend your sensibilities. But it’s my truth so I will tell it. I am dark-skinned. Significantly so. For an Asian woman who grew up in an Asian community. And whilst that is completely irrelevant other than say for something trivial like choice of make-up, it is by no means insignificant. I spent … Read moreShades of…
I clean. Though I am dirty. For I bleed and I think ‘impure’ thoughts. Shoot me. Wait! But my house is spotless. Don’t pull the trigger. I am woman – all she embodies. Pure in heart, Full in energy, Raw in emotion, Abundant in expression. Wild in spirit. How dare I. Shoot me. Wait! But … Read moreI am Woman.
I grew up in a household that believed in destiny being a predetermined thing. I rebelled. I believed in choices, from a very young age. Our understanding of life is predominantly based around our own life experiences and what/how much we choose to learn from those experiences. A lot of you reading this post have … Read moreAlchemy
12 years ago I lost my beloved Mum. Her final word to my sister and I was ‘sorry’. As a mother I understand the sentiment now. It’s a questioning about whether you have given enough. Time, love, belongings, attention, care, education, money, family, identity…whatever it is the list is potentially endless. My Mum’s parting … Read moreEnough
The simplicity of young children playing, when observed, is wonderful. The way they negotiate, influence, discuss, challenge, confront and care – with conviction. The way they play, generate ideas and handle obstacles – with a care-freeness and excitement. The way they deal with losing, falling over, falling out and not getting a turn – momentary … Read moreThe Flower Circle