Born to Dance in the Dark 

We tend to run from the shadows of our past instead of owning them and taking responsibility for our whole ‘reality self.’  

The body, mind, and soul of our very essence may not always be clean but covered in the mud and grime of our past experiences and/or mistakes. 

Respect Your Inner Wild Child 

You may forgive yourself for the things of your past you are not proud of.  However if you own up to your filthy side; honoring your inner wild child (or goddess) and not keep him/her locked in a secret cage, you can be set free. 

As if we live in a masquerade of ‘selfie worship’ in ourselves.  That sublime faith, however twisted as tears fall from our eyes like jagged glass from the fractured mirrors of our past reflections and passions.  

Faith in Yourself 

We can choose to hide behind the veil or rip it down; revealing our naked private selves and loving every aspect of our being.  

This is living with an intensity that brings a higher energy as we engage our desires…through both the sacred and the profane, embracing the light with the dark, and being at peace covered in the mud and dancing in the cleansing rain of our own self-forgiveness.  

This is the most beautiful type of sacred profanity.  Learning to love and do unto others as we love and do unto our own desires.  

© DIVE Publishing 2017

“Ignite my Passion; Burn me with Desire” 

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As a proud graduate of California State University, Chico with an earned BA degree in International Relations, Master of Arts degree in Public Policy, and a past study abroad participant at the University of Tuebingen, education has always been up front and center in both our family and my professional career. My blogging project is an eclectic work in progress and intended to increase global awareness through selections and stories of my studies and travels. As future global citizens we can seek first to understand one another through word pictures and engage our collective creative intellects to change our community; one blog at a time.

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