I know that there are many people who fear to speak their truth.
To say what’s real to them.
To share their heart.
Because of fear of judgement.
Fear of someone saying you’re wrong
Or misunderstanding you
Or accusing you
Or demeaning you
Fear of the plethora of buzzwords that could be leveled against you.
I speak so you can see it can be done, and perhaps the echoes of your truth will reach your mouth and be given voice.
It’s not about how politically correct or milk toast or beige you can be. Is not about blending in.
It’s about showing up in Technicolor knowing that for some they are colour blind already and for others, the intensity will blind them… But for the rest, it is a spectrum of such vibrancy that it reminds them to awaken.
They see the god in themselves, in you.
In Laughter, Love, and Lustiness,