There's a crack in everything...

“There is a crack in everything. That’s how the light gets in.” #leonardcohen

There will be times in life when it appears everything is going wrong. Everything is against you. The days are darker than the nights. The lessons are harder. The falls further. You may feel stuck, like things will never change, never improve, never get better...yet remember it is always darkest before the light ☀️that the sun rises again night after night 🌑 trust in your light, trust in your journey even when theres barely a glimmer...consider your wounds and darkness are your wisdom and the source of your light
Love. Love unconditionally. Love fully. Love intentionally. Love extravagantly. Love fiercely. Love the light.
The world 🌏 is waiting for the light that IS you.

Be Careful with Your Words...They can only be Forgiven, never Forgotten.

Talk to yourself the way you'd talk to someone you love 💕 I've read this advice on countless blogs, websites etc.

Often times we are very hard on ourselves.

For the last 30, well maybe not quite 30 but for most of my teen and adult life I've been my toughest critic. Judging. Critiquing. Criticizing. Comparing. Beating myself down time and time again that I'm not good enough, smart enough, successful enough, pretty enough, thin enough... What I've come to realize during my journey of self discovery is I am ENOUGH. I always have been and always will be enough. I'm perfect exactly how I am right now in this very moment: flaws, failures, mistakes, missteps and all ✨ YOU are perfect exactly as you are in this very moment! 

We start an inner dialogue with ourselves the moment we wake up. Does the first thing we say to ourselves upon awaking impact our day? Our week? Our month? Absolutely! 

Our bodies and minds both consciously and unconsciously respond to the positive and negative self talk. 

Imagine what life would be like to talk to ourselves with love, compassion, understanding and all the other ways we talk to those we love? Imagine how you'd talk to your 4 year old self each morning? How would that feel? What would it create? How would it change your life?


If you asked me 5 years ago or even at the beginning of 2017 if I ever thought I'd be blessed by a Buddhist monk, I'd probably laugh while saying "nope, I highly doubt that would ever happen to me."

Well it did - the impossible became possible. Imagine if we lived our lives identifying what's seemingly impossible then lived each day making choices to get us closer. Even if it's one step or 1% closer. It's closer.

How would it feel to make your impossible POSSIBLE?