Technically, this was 2 days ago. Luckily, I celebrate things forever 🙂
Dear All, Diwali is one of my favorite festivals. It symbolizes the victory of Ram (Light) over Ravan (Darkness). We each wage this war within us constantly between our most luminous parts and our shadow selves. I’m sharing a poem I recited here with you to remind you that no matter how much darkness surrounds you, how much you think you hold you are also always a carrier of light.
I’m loving the response from my FOBS post. Guess what? Elephant Journal has agreed to publish it! Yeey me!
And in continuing on this journey of full disclosure and openness & to celebrate International Women’s Day, I want to share something very near and dear to my heart to me.
Did you guys know I write poetry?
In fact, last year my poems were published in a book! (seriously!)
So I would like to share with you all a little bit of the mini Rumi in me 🙂
Holding on to Letting Go
The Fire of Life
These are the last few poems I’ve writter for this awesome movement of women writing spiritual poetry. I have a ton of others ones that have yet to see the light of day.
What’s your secret talent?
Let me know!
Diwali is probably my favorite festival. The beautiful festival of lights. I’ve been cleaning my house so that Laxmi will come visit 🙂
I just wanted to wish all of you a very happy and prosperous Diwali from my light to yours ❤