3 am Thoughts – Thinking versus Feeling

Marilyn vos Savant, the person with the highest IQ ever measured, was once asked what the relationship is between feeling and thinking. Her response was that feeling is what you get for thinking the way you do. In other words, thought rules, not circumstance. I’ve been thinking about this statement a fair bit this week, and the more I think about it, the more powerful and empowering I find it to be. Very similar to the “glass half full” versus

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Siquijor Diaries Day 3 – Residual Hauntings

I wanted to spend my last day in Siquijor by the beach. No healers, no witchcraft, no weird stuff. I booked at Blue Wave Inn. It’s a quaint resort with an awesome beach. My ex and I used to stay here frequently, and I was wary I might run into some old acquaintances. However, the resort has a new infinity pool, and the call of the waves was deafening. Memories be damned, I need a beach fix! Mercifully, I didn’t see

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Broken

fickle hand of fate set me up for a heartache drove me up to a high only to be dropped from the sky now all i have to do is wait fate covered me in blue not exactly my favorite hue i know i have to deal but then, can i heal? i should have kept a horseshoe

Dreams of Hue

Wait a little longer I have some things to ponder In my heart, a space for you Full of sunshine, skies so blue A quiet street of oak A nice thought to provoke I dream of you in blue and brass In serenades of times gone past I dream of you on top of mountains Your reflection in the fountains In the city In a bar Next to me never far I dream of pain and blood so red Bullets

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Siquijor Diaries Day 2 – Of Sorcerers, Healers, And Potions

On my second day in Siquijor, I wanted to visit the old enchanted balete tree again. It was located in Lazi, just along my way back to San Juan, where the resort I was going to transfer to was located. My guide suggested we drop by Salagdoong Beach first, still in Maria. The beach wasn’t how I remembered it to be. It used to be less crowded, and the sand, finer. There were many tourists when we arrived. Sure, the

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Siquijor Diaries Day 1 – Throwing Caution To The Wind

The last time I went to Siquijor was 3 years ago, May 2015. When the chance to visit the island again presented itself, I had ambivalent feelings. So many memories were created there, mostly happy. After I broke up with my boyfriend of 7 years, the place only evoked pain, and I swore I’ll never set foot on that island again. But my feet was itching to go, and I could hear the waves beckoning me home. Yes, Siquijor was home.

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