as far as little girls went i was not very normal i read and understood language on a different level i could imagine with my mind’s eye seeing the words float up from a page or sign or billboard or holy book like smoke when the Vatican has chosen a new pope
i thought i could genuinely speak to non human life forms through my thoughts and at a young age the whirlwind of the lives of the adults while in my Topanga canyon years caused me to believe in the spiritual something that was always there invisible but tangible only to my soul ever present warning me hide the keys flush those pills down the toilet before they get them and die for the day don’t go home with that man don’t touch mommy’s things hide by the creek
always the presence during the part of life when the soul seizes to be tender and becomes a little hardier the spiritual something became overbearing not like Joan of Arc’s but just getting in the way i wanted to do my will even though it wasn’t the right thing to do for the sake of my soul and well being i followed the human aspect that surrounded me and forsook the spiritual something
now that i’ve traversed several planetary rotations i know it’s there and sometimes i can feel it most often i can’t or i can’t tell if subconsciously i refuse to feel it however the mortgage of my misguided self agency has come due
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What a profound and superbly rendered piece. I can relate to much of this as I was an only child and my parents didn’t get along too well. So, I formed my own little world with my imaginary friends thus created my spiritual haven.
IMO, there’s more to life than meets the eye and whether or not one is religious, spirituality can be one’s, personal savior. I love your heartfelt post and thank you for joining the challenge.
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Thank you, Eugenia I’ve come to understand that spirituality is a cornerstone of who I’m becoming. ❤✌🙂
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