Where is My Period?

I would like to share with you a poem “Where is My Period?” by Oni The Haitian Sensation. It’s timely considering women are being treated like morons unable to make their own decisions about unwanted pregnancy. Miss Tough Love has many lessons to teach a woman who missed her period: “depression, unilateral matriarchy, rejection, alienation,Continue reading “Where is My Period?”

Journey Of The Fool (Biographical)

0 Fool Welcome to my Starry Night Tarot blog. I am learning tarot, and I thought it would be great learning opportunity by continuing with this blog,… Journey Of The Fool (Biographical) I am sharing this piece. It’s biographical and original blog written on my tarot blog. Can you identify your own Fool’s stories, takenContinue reading “Journey Of The Fool (Biographical)”

Deception – Lost Soul

Where is your soul?Look into my eyes,Do you remember?You and me, We used to talkAbout Man in the Mirror?I am your mirror.Have you seen your soul?Do you remember?We were at the beach,Held our hands,Walked by the sea.Everything was all right The sun shined high in the blue skyAnd now, everything turned blackBut the stars glitterContinue reading “Deception – Lost Soul”

Childhood Memories And How They Shaped Me.

I am sure you have heard about ageism. It is how we view other people by stereotyping them and discriminating certain groups based on their age. I know I am guilty of doing this myself, since the earliest time I remember. I think I was about five or six years old when I started developingContinue reading “Childhood Memories And How They Shaped Me.”

From The Diary Of The High Priestess

From The Diary Of The High Priestess https://starrynighttarotbymarianna.wordpress.com/2021/10/16/guacamole/ — Read on starrynighttarotbymarianna.wordpress.com/2021/10/16/guacamole/ Please, visit my new blog on Starry Night Tarot by Marianna. It talks about High Priestess and importance to listen to our intuition.

Honouring The Departed

November 1st is All Saints’ Day, followed by All Souls’ Day the day after. These are Christian traditions, and in many countries, including Belgium, Bolivia, Haiti and Mexico, these are statutory holidays. In Canada and the United States, All Souls’ Day is not a nationwide holiday, but is observed by some Christian churches. Whenever IContinue reading “Honouring The Departed”

Love In The Time Of COVID-19. Online Dating, Alias Construct

I will begin this blog with the entry from Anais Nin’s journal: I am lonely, yet not everybody will do. I don’t know why some people fill the gaps and others emphasize my loneliness. In reality those who satisfy me are those who simply allow me to live with the “idea of them” Anais NinContinue reading “Love In The Time Of COVID-19. Online Dating, Alias Construct”

To Inoculate, Or Not To Inoculate, That Is The Question

I have been waiting for my muse to arrive, to give me an inspiration to write about something, but not just about anything, when I suddenly heard this phrase in my mind: “To inoculate, or not to inoculate, that is the question”, which echoed the famous phrase of all times, in Shakespearean drama Hamlet, ActContinue reading “To Inoculate, Or Not To Inoculate, That Is The Question”

Leave Your Burdens Here, Series II

It’s been a while back when I wrote one of my very first blogs, titled “Leave Your Burdens Here” and at the end of it, I promised to do a follow-up, and write similar blog, series II. I wanted to do a little exercise, in which you will pick the basket you are drawn toContinue reading “Leave Your Burdens Here, Series II”

Knowledge Versus Perception. “We Don’t Know What We Don’t Know.” Socrates

Truth is…I don’t even know myself anymore Anonymous I have been thinking lately about this particular phrase: “I don’t know”, because it became such mantra imprinted in my own mind, that I realized some things I was so sure of in the past, I am not so sure anymore. Some things I felt strongly aboutContinue reading “Knowledge Versus Perception. “We Don’t Know What We Don’t Know.” Socrates”