I am a wild woman at heart.
I feel it more now than ever-
The roots come from deep within, starting at the base of my toes
I feel the most grounded with my feet sunken in the soil
Basking in the sun
While the wind hums me love songs
Sweet sounds of summer leave a smile on my face
This is the type of peace and happiness that can’t be replaced
Self love is sacred-there is no other way
Grateful to be here, present and aware
I whisper a prayer of thanks for my forever happy place.
Tonia Simone 🌻
It’s really a shame that our youth are being raised not to trust people of other races. The world is so messed up right now and it’s terrifying. It’s just like history keeps repeating itself, or better yet, still hasn’t ended. We are still in the same place we started. It’s a frustrating feeling if you really let yourself get boggled down in it. Will there even be a time of complete equality? Or is this a constant test that we fail to pass? Will there ever be a time of true trust amongst all races? Will people ever wake the hell up and realize that we really are all just spirits in human form? And that there is just...
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I'm sure that God created me from brown sugar, cocoa, honey and gold (And the strength of a thousand moons).
Maybe that's why my body just soaks up the natural goodness of these scrubs.
So tell me, what's in your sauce?
As my dad used to always say, "God made dirt and dirt won't hurt." I say that to say, if you have the opportunity to use all natural products-go for it. They are guaranteed better for you and your body. And without all those added additives and preservatives, they are less likely to cause harm to you or your skin.
Try this: Replace your shaving cream for coconut oil. Works just as good and leaves skin feeling oh-so silky!