Life has a way of throwing curves at us and as we skim across our life, not taking the time to feel both joy and sadness, we often seem to miss the essence of who we really are.
One way that we can get out of the ruts we build for ourselves is by visualizing the future, by keeping one eye on where you want to go and the other one where you are.
Stay balanced through highs and lows. Stay hopeful in the leaner period and don’t forget to stay rooted and modest when at the top. One always follows the other, good times and bad times. Life is well lived when you stay balanced through it all.
Nowadays, being a single mom maybe out of choice, but for most moms of the bygone era, it was not so.
As a child, my most distinctive memory of books is my cousin’s wooden cupboard. His creaking shelves, believe me as a child, I felt the books were asking to be plucked from shelves.
I told the stars how worried I was that I wouldn’t be enough for you. Or that you wouldn’t want me. But they reassured me and told me how neither of us were in places in our lives…