A Love Song for the Animals

Animals have always been my salvation in a world where I felt mistrust towards people and circumstances. Spending time with them brings me such joy and peace, and I think I’ve always known they are far wiser than they’re given credit for. I just didn’t understand how wise. They bring so many gifts and teach us so much in their short and incredibly sweet lives, and this post is to honour their spirits, and their journeys. I’ll start with the premise that animals most definitely have souls. Souls as wide as the skies and as deep as the oceans. Souls so big and loving that to contain them within their relatively tiny bodies must be a strange and laughable experience for them. Anyone who has Continue reading A Love Song for the Animals

Imperfection: Embracing the Art of Fucking Up

Hey, guess what? I’m not perfect. Well, suck it up, buttercup, because neither are you. There is no such thing as perfection, despite what we’re taught or shown or led to believe by ‘the powers that be.’ Even Source/God/whatever you choose to call it, which we’ve always believed to be perfect, isn’t perfect because that doesn’t exist. What? How can Source not be perfect, when it creates everything as perfection? Well, because it doesn’t believe in imperfection or recognise ‘mistakes,’ it also can’t access that impossible perfection that we humans aspire to. I’ll try to put it another way – the existence of one aspect of perfection must be acknowledged in order for the other to exist. In this case, Source does not acknowledge that Continue reading Imperfection: Embracing the Art of Fucking Up