Don’t Worry, Be Happy
This season is always kind of hectic with either too much or too little, of everything. I don’t know about you but I have few financial resources and not much time. I don’t have children though, usually more of a loss but am good with my cats by now. However, I don’t have to worry about their needs and my two nephews and niece understand broke because they are too. I do have close friends and a bread machine and love to cook. Oh, and there’s that Kohl’s credit card which is helping me along the way. So I agree with Bob: Don’t worry, be happy!
I am a full time yoga teacher, trained at City Fitness in Washington, DC and Willow Street Yoga Center in Silver Spring, Maryland. I have been writing poetry since I was nine years old. Poetry is my first love and yoga continues to feed my heart. I write because I love it. I teach because I love it. I tell my students all the time: do it because you can. That works for me. I believe in creating opportunity. I believe in helping my self and others. I think faith is the most important gift of life, because when we lose everything else we still have that in our heart. I believe the natural state of being is happiness, or bliss, or Ananda. Life is a celebration. Poetry and yoga help me celebrate. Check out my blog and website here.
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