Needles, cloth, scissors, floss
Objects are symbolic metaphors
Powerful as distant... Read more »
"A Quiet Place can be your reading room, or you can even expand it to include another activity such as I have done with mine. In addition to my books, I have storage on the shelves for storage of my... Read more »
"When I felt afraid, I was the bravest of all," Excerpt by Anne... Read more »
If my mother had been born with anything in her mouth, I would have to say it was a silver... Read more »
"My, how our hearts can be torn apart by what we think we want, what we wish we had..."
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...I have no right to tell you how, when, or even if you should heal from the multigenerational pain of PTSD (Post Traumatic Slavery Disorder). I would encourage you, though, at least to consider the healing possibility of reconciliation because... Read more »
Walking by Inner vision - a ONE YEAR JOURNEY with Lynda McKinney Lambert.
"With each short "lesson" I have created a special "Writing Assignment" to go with... Read more »
The symbolic image I envision for the New Year, 2016, is the KALEIDOSCOPE.
(A Kaleidoscope is symbolic of Constant CHANGE. We will all be changing as we move through a new year together, working in our journals and creating new writing... Read more »
I tell my stories in a non-linear manner. That means I won’t be speaking in a chronological direction from a beginning to a middle, and finally, to an end.
That is personally not how I think when I consider the element... Read more »
Coal is a shiny black rock. I actually know it is magic because a piece of coal burns. A rock that burns! Bituminous coal is also called “soft coal” and it starts to burn much quicker than the other kind... Read more »