A little birdie once told me that whatever you are waiting for – whether it be peace of mind, contentment, grace, the inner awareness of simple abundance, love and companionship, prosperity, or whatever – it will surely come to you. But only when you are ready to receive it with an open and grateful heart.

Don’t lose hope.



To send a letter is a good way to go somewhere without moving anything but your heart. – Phyllis Theroux

I think people have gotten out of touch with conventional methods of communication. When is the last time you’ve hand written a letter to someone? When was the last time you received a hand written note? Do you remember how it made you feel? I can recall the excitement of getting a letter in the mail from a friend that lived on the other side of town. Not only was it cool to get mail (a natural high), but it was awesome that someone cared enough to take the time out and pen their feelings.

The handwritten note is a lost art. With email, texts, instant messaging, Facebook, twitter, and cell phones, it’s a rare gift to receive a handwritten note. I’m appreciative of social media, but sometimes I do wonder how deeper the personal and physical connections between two people would be if it didn’t exist.


“Let me rip your heart into little pieces, let me destroy who you thought you were, and then I’ll ask if we can still be friends.”

Some quotes stick out more than others. This one stuck out to me for several reasons; it doesn’t matter if you are currently going through relationship issues or super fucking single, anything you may hear related to relationships, you automatically apply to yourself or some area in your life, past or present. True?


Try and leave this world a little better than you found it.‘ -Robert Baden-Powell

My interpretation of this quote would be basically make yourself useful. Take your God given talents and do something productive. Also, try to live your life in grace. Clean up your act, and in doing so, help others clean up as well.