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A Girl Like Me

The point of the search for greater truths and deeper wisdom is to be ok now.

I tend to worry about the plight of everything.

Be in the present moment.

Be in the present moment.

Show up for what’s in front of you.

Show up for who’s in front of you.

Show up for your path.


If you’re a girl like me, you’d care about letting go. You’d care about being in tune with The Tao, The Middle Way, living in moderation. You’d care about using your gifts and talents to give back to the world the wonderful things that have been bestowed upon you through years and years of your unfolding lineage.

If you’re a girl like me, you’d care about not buying into the idea of a future happier moment. You’d want to show up for now as that is what life is. You’d care about intuiting your way through life and not relying on others to tell you what’s the right way to design your life experience. If you‘re a girl like me you’d believe that success is living in harmony with the ebb and flow of life.

If you’re a girl like me, you’re learning to unlearn. You’re learning to play. You’re learning to breathe. You’re learning to notice and see past illusions. You’re learning to vibrate, to channel, to be a conduit-catalyst for change. You’re learning to trust in your way.

If you’re a girl like me, you’re learning to be a girl like you.

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