Living in the Unknown

AloneIn a countrySo far fromMy own With no ticketTo go homeFor two yearsThis is it Day by dayGrowingAnd ignoringWhat the doubters say Lost but not aloneSearching with GodLearning to liveIn the unknown This poem was inspired by: Thanks for reading! I hope this poem reminded you that living in the unknown is the best decision…

From Follow Me! To Send Me!

“Is this what you really want?What about all my failures?Will you take this shame I feel?Can you really use me?” “This is what I want for you.I forgive you.I can & will use you.Are you ready?” “*Sobbing…* Okay, I’ll think about it…” “I promise these things.I will use your talents.I will teach you great things.I…

I have a question…

I said that phrase SO MANY (more like TOO MANY) times when I was living in Chile. Or, at least, that’s what I told myself because I thought I was getting annoying, but, turns out people didn’t mind answering my questions; and I learned so much by asking all those questions during those 3 months….

Apologies & Promises (A Letter)

*I’m writing this for Mother’s Day, but it can also work for Father’s Day.* It can pretty much work for any day (i just recently got inspired). Dear mom / dad (or anyone else),    I just want to apologize for some things: I’m sorry for ever letting you down. I’m sorry for ever doubting…

It’s a big world out there!

“Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.” — Astronomer Carl Sagan . . . So, I found this quote and wanted to share it because it makes me want to get up and travel somewhere, exploring the unknown parts of the world. There’s a place out there in the world that has something incredible…

Overthinking…

Does the future give you anxiety? Do you feel stressed about little things? Do you feel like you’re not really living? Everything around you just happens, and you feel like you have no control over any of it? … These questions usually come up when you are overthinking something for too long. This gives you…