Wanted to share this article my cousin pointed out to me about the Hindu Goddess Akhilandeshvari or The Always Broken Goddess.
"It's the kind of broken that tears apart all the stuff that gets us stuck in toxic routines, repeating the same relationships and habits over and over, rather than diving into the scary process of trying something new and unfathomable.Akhilanda derives her power from being broken: in flux, pulling herself apart, living in different, constant selves at the same time, from never becoming a whole that has limitations."
Just popped in, and it's nice to see the board is quiet which I will take to mean that we are enjoying our holidays (and indulging in too many sugar cookies)! I hope everyone is well and may this year bring you happiness (HUGS)View Thread
Fairly new to this board too...and I am confused about it as well. But there's no use in trying to understand it. I drop in from time to time and will be here to share. Thanks for your perspective. (HUGS) if alrightView Thread
1. I am grateful for good friends. 2. I am grateful for the opportunity to have vacation days (first time!) and escape the holidays to Florida! 3. I am grateful for being single (even tho some days it still breaks my heart) and can go on such an adventure during the holidays 4. I am grateful for nap time. 5. I am grateful for leftovers (and the first meal of course!) 6. I am grateful it is Friday! 7. I am grateful for this board and the kindness (and humor) we share.
Hi, I have never posted here. i was referred here from another group on webmd. and i just wanted to say that i love coloring too! i enjoy other mediums, but sometimes you just want to use the colors...View Thread
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