Saturday, June 14, 2014

Stronger Where I Once Was Broken

STUNNING! Jenna loves her C.K.A.S.G.D. Hip-Glitter Sweatshirt! Get yours at

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Thursday, June 12, 2014

Cher Fairwell Concert AMAZING!

Can't Keep A Sober Girl Down, especially at a Cher and Cyndi Lauper concert! Girls Just Wanna Have Fun!!
AMAZING! If you get a chance to go see Cyndi Lauper and Cher in concert-- GO! What a magnificent evening, spent with inspiring women.

Life sure is beautiful when it's traveled with an attitude of gratitude.

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

From "The Mastery of Love" by Miguel Ángel Ruiz

“When you love yourself, your tolerance for self-abuse is very low. It’s low because you like yourself for who and what you are. But what if we don’t like ourselves? We try to get numb with alcohol to avoid our suffering. We go to a bar to drink and guess who’s going to be there? People just like us who try to avoid themselves who also try to get numb. We get numb together and start talking about our suffering and we understand eachother very well. We even start to enjoy it. We understand eachother perfectly because we vibrate at the same frequency. We are being self-destructive. Then I hurt you, you hurt me- a perfect relationship in hell!

What happens when you change? For whatever reason you no longer need the alcohol. It’s now okay to be with yourself and you really enjoy it. But you have the same friends and everyone is drinking. They get numb and they start getting happier…but you can clearly see that their happiness is not real. What they call happiness is a rebellion against their own emotional pain. You no longer fit in and of course they resent you because you are no longer like them. ‘You’re rejecting me because you no longer drink with me.’

Now you have to make a choice. You can step back, or you can go to another level of frequency and meet people who finally like themselves like you do. You find there is another realm of reality. A new way of relationship. And you no longer accept a certain kind of abuse.”

From the book “The Mastery of Love” by
Miguel Ángel Ruiz

Beliefs Being Challenged