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Lessons from 2019

  1. Tierods howl when they need changed.
  2. I was born to wear leggings.
  3. Love is more than when it is said with I and you.
  4. I have 1st grade homework, yuck.
  5. I want to spend 2020 giving more.
  6. Knowledge will combat fear.
  7. Belly laughs break down most negativity.
  8. At a certain point in life, maturity becomes a choice.
  9. Being who another needs means placing all that you feel aside, sometimes.
  10. I want to learn more about subjects that interest me.

What about you, what has this year taught you? What have you planned for 2020?

With Love and Light

Nova Namastè

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All It’s Forms

Moment by moment, we walk upon this earth, oblivious to the magic life contains.

Just as each of these foods begin as a premature delicate entity, we’re given life in the same setting.

With sunlight, water, nourishment, and time, plants grow into healthy produce. Something that can’t be obsolete, for plants, for babies, for anything to grow, is love.

Farmers invest money, time, blood, sweat, and tears into their land.

Teachers sacrifice sleep to prep for lessons, spend on supplies, and diversify teaching so each student gets it.

Parents (good parents) exemplify ethical and moral decisions, set aside personal needs, and hustle the best they can.

The magic of life, and the magic in life… It’s the form of which love is given AND received changes…

This is why you must listen with your heart ❤️.

When love speaks, it might be the tears pouring down her checks.

When love speaks, it might be him busy hustling to accomplish the to do list so there’s TIME for you.

When love speaks, it may be seen as a coach in your face about your grades.

Love might take the form of potluck dinner from the neighbor.

Love might be a door held open for you, OR one held shut.

In all that exists, all the diversity of our species, of our universe, in all that takes up space, very few similar objects are exactly the same…

Open your mind to the potential love has, and the possibility of what it wants to give you.

Open your mind to it’s discernment.

Open your heart to its invisibility.

Be willing to allow love in, and live through life as it, your legacy.

With love and light

Nova Namastè

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My Grown-up Christmas Wish

12 homeless veterans are blessed with shelter.

11 children experience remission.

10 battered spouses finally leave the toxicity.

9 international children are adopted.

8 puppies find forever homes.

7 days of the week are dedicated to kindness.

6 Velazquez kids are blessed with many more great memories with their dad.

5 opportunities present themselves that I can help someone else.

4 seasons would provide eye opening amazement.

3 special words are fearlessly spoken.

2 amazing girls learn deeper love from their momma.

1 love would lead our entire race.

2019, my grown up Christmas wish.

With Love ❤️

Nova Namastè

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Tuesday Writing Prompt Challenge

Each (one of my daughter’s sight words she’s working on. Mom life never stops!) week, Devereaux Frazier and Beth Amanda host the Tuesday Writing Prompt Challenge at Go Dog Go Cafè. Here are the details for this week.

Thought 💭

“ I never mattered much to you, did I?” She sat and stirred. The years and years they were together, came flooding back, bearing with it, a heaviness she didn’t expect.

It was 10:45, and she was already struggling to control her anxiety.

” Hey?” Haley asked Daria.

” Yeah?” She responded, embarrassingly startled.

” Are you ok?” Haley went on.

” Of course, why wouldn’t I be?” Daria questioned, hoping to sound convincing.

” A few minutes ago, you were clenching your purse to tightly. I know it has to be painfully difficult for you to be here today.”

” Really, I’m fine. I just felt a vertigo spell and was trying to rebalance myself. Thank you.” Daria lied with a smile.

In a church pew… at the wedding of her ex fiancé and his bride to be.

“ Too bad I don’t care for attention; or, I’d have plenty of reasons ‘ why these two shouldn’t wed’!” her thought continued.

Daria knew just as much.

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Inspired Quotes

You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You are able to say to yourself, ‘I lived through this horror. I can take the next thing that comes along.

Eleanor Roosevelt

People grow through experience if they meet life honestly and courageously. This is how character is built.

Eleanor Roosevelt

Beginning today, treat everyone you meet as if they were going to be dead by midnight. Extend to them all the care, kindness and understanding you can muster, and do it with no thought of any reward. Your life will never be the same again.

Og Mandino

With love & light

Nova Namastè