Tag: compassion

My Wish for You Today

  Today, may you be loved. As you are. Without needing to add or subtract, or increase or lower. Today, may you be heard the first time. With space held…

What I Discovered About Myself in the Eyes of Strangers

When was the last time that you felt truly held? When did you last feel like you could unfurl and unravel amongst the safety of strangers? I'm not sure that…

Humanity Is Hurting. It Is Time That Love Wins.

I do not pretend to understand a world in which guns and rapists are acceptable but love between same sex couples is deemed "wrong". "Wrong" is the fact that whilst…

Until We Are Impossible to Ignore

The wild moon watches over the world with lashes heavy with tears. She sends out a soundless plea for an awakening. For every pair of eyes that stop to gaze…

10 Things I Want to Know About You (And 10 Things I Don’t)

Turning forty is something that is remarked upon often in our society. It's an age that is associated as a pivotal point. A definitive year. Yet most of the conversations…

The Words I Wish I’d Known Then (a Letter to the Child I Once Was)

These are the words I wish I’d had whispered to me, many moons ago. When I saw a stray dog on the street that I went home and cried for.…