This IS Lost Companion

I will say this about myself. I know that I yearn to understand and connect with a higher being. I am funny. I am on a great adventure to learn. I am not  a victim. I am angry at the system. I am proud to be an American. I believe in the right to choose. I am open-minded. I love to explore. I am eager to create. I am a good friend. I yearn for understanding. I love color. I believe in complete an equal rights. I am passionate. I want to live. I am ready for adversity. I am proud of my name. I am loving of the elderly. I will fight for my rights. I want to live a long life. I want to see my nephew grow into an unconditionally loving man. I want to see my brother marry another man. I want for peace inside of myself. I like my giggle. I sing well. I write well. I love animals. I want to protect the weak. I am strong. I am independent. I am a fighter. I am a lover. I am a voter. I am an advocate. I am an activist. I believe in human rights. I believe in reduce, reuse, recycle. I love being outdoors. I love the snow. I love the SUN. Birds are a loving remembrance of my father. I want PEACE.

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17 Responses to This IS Lost Companion

  1. Michael S. Osborn says:

    Thank You for liking my post!! 🙂

  2. anthonyhellmann says:

    stay strong and do not resist, all test and challenges make us stronger, wiser and even more powerful than we were yesterday.

  3. Thank you for this beautiful, POWERFUL post! I feel so crunched in and timid much of the time, and hearing your words makes me realize how much I am telling mySELF the negatives, the strengths with reservations, the passions with cautions. You have just sounded a trumpet blast for self-love, passion and abundance! I am inspired!

  4. lesrainbows says:

    You sound like my twin here! Except can’t really sing….

  5. totemtamers says:

    Thank you for the Like and Follow, LC! I appreciate your daily challenge and applaud you for making the struggle with sobriety a public one because not only can it help you but it will hopefully help countless others. I lost my brother almost ten years ago to an OD and as difficult as it may be to speak about it, I do often in the hopes that someone will choose not to use upon hearing his story. Blessings and strength to you all of your days.
    Stay well.

    • Julie! Thank you so much for reading and commenting on my blog. I am sorry to hear about your brother but I find strength in how you use your experience to help others, I hope to do the same someday. Blessings to you my friend!

  6. So beautiful and full of life! (Could I introduce you to my son?) 🙂

  7. I hear your concerns about ‘church’. I shared the same ones, until someone told me about the Unitarian church. It surpassed my expectations. If you get a chance, look it up online. They have a beautiful way of embracing life and appreciating everyone in it.

  8. It is so good to hear you say that you know so much about yourself.. … I hope you find the peace that you seek in life….Diane

  9. indu0991 says:

    Thank you for this beautiful and powerful post….It really made me think of who I am and what do i want from my life…. I believe knowing others is intelligence but knowing yourself is true wisdom….Mastering others is strength..but mastering yourself is true power

  10. newtliest says:

    This is beautiful. ❤

  11. I am fighting the same currents as I paddle next to you

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