Today’s Guidance, February 28, 2018

Debrah Rose Guidance

Today’s Guidance comes from The Akashic Tarot by Sharon Anne Klinger and Sandra Anne Taylor. Card Illustrations by Cheri Polk. Interpretation by Debrah Rose


2 of Scrolls – Two Worlds


Too often many believe that they must follow their spiritual/soul path OR the path of the physical world. So many build their life in the physical world, ignoring the spiritual side of themselves until a life altering event comes into their life, also know as the cosmic 2×4 wack upside the head.


We get these wake up calls to give us a little time and space to step back and see where our lives have become out of balance.


You may have spent many life times alternating between lives devoted to a spiritual practice and lives devoted to advancing in the physical world. You may have brought into this life the belief that a spiritual…

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Monday Mantra


Your inner beauty, your strengths
and your talent
Far outweigh any deficits
you may have.


©words/photo: Alexis Rose

Thank you for reading my new book, If I Could Tell You How It Feels, available in both ebook and paperback from Amazon.

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I Am Because We Are, and Since We Are, Therefore, I Am – John S. Mbiti |

Source: I Am Because We Are, and Since We Are, Therefore, I Am – John S. Mbiti |

This Is Peace

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This is peace. To look upon
the worst of my life,
to grieve even, and
to know with a certainty
that all is well.

~ Ken Fales (

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Commentary #63: “Awareness vs. Understanding”

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I started following Caralyn’s awesome blog, Beauty Beyond Bones, a while back. She is an awesome, amazing woman. I love all of her posts!

She always shares something profound, or thought-provoking, every week. This past week was no exception.

Here’s the link to her post, published on February 22nd:

Caralyn’s focus is her journey after her eating disorder (ED). She’s a beautiful woman, who is an activist for so many causes. She posts recipes, too!

This particular post shined a spotlight on Weight Watchers being in the news last week, and not for a good reason.

They announced they would be offering free memberships to teens, ages 13-17.

Naturally, this caused almost immediate backlash.

I’m with Caralyn. I don’t agree with Weight Watchers offering these free memberships. Teens, ages 13-17, have enough to deal with in their lives. Yes, obesity remains a…

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End is Well!



Colombage's Corner

In the eyes of a man
I make him seem weak
In the eyes of a woman
I make her seem ordinary
Not my fault…
Since birth he is taught
that boys don’t cry
she is taught
that girls are fragile
In the stark light of sun
I make everyone seem
ridiculous & pathetic
In the gloominess of night
everyone is free to shed me
silently and hidden
Not my fault…

You are taught since birth
that sharing me with someone means
baring your weakness to the world

Not my fault,
That you have to wonder
How emotionless the world has become
Not my fault
that you don’t understand
the cleansing power of me
or the healing power of me
or how humane I make you
Not my fault
that you don’t know
the power of tears

© Vindhya Colombage

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French Friday

Life is too short to drink bad wine

Paris black and white The Tour Saint-Jacques Tour Saint-Jacques Paris – I find this tower fascinating and this picture I took shows how distinctive its silhouette is on the Paris skyline.

The Tour Saint-Jacques is all that remains of the medieval church Saint-Jacques-de-la-Boucherie which was tragically demolished during the French Revolution for its building materials. It now stands in a small garden and its top can be glimpsed from many parts of Paris. It was constructed between 1509 and 1523 and is a spectacular example of the flamboyant Gothic style. It marked the start of the the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela along the Tours route. On the top of the tower the sculptures represent the four evangelists (the lion, bull, eagle and man), appear on the corners.

Blaise Pascal is also commemorated there as he used the height of the tower to conduct experiments into barometric pressure.

This photograph from the Metropolitain Museum was taken in the 1860s…

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Unlock my heart with words

Life is too short to drink bad wine

If you can't have a bijou residence in France then at least you can have some keys that might unlock one. If you can’t have a bijou residence in France then at least you can have some keys that might unlock one.

The gift of the gab

How quickly the honeyed words

Pick at my heart’s lock

RonovanWrites Haiku prompt for this week is “lock and gab” here is my second attempt at composing a haiku based on these words. First attempt here

In response to RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Challenge –

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Sweet and Tart – Haiku

Life is too short to drink bad wine

Bitter, sweet, sour, tart

Are these flavours in my mouth?

Or my memories?

Written for Ronovan Writes Haiku Challenge – prompt words “Sweet and Tart”

RonovanWrites #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge #190 Tart&Sweet

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