Day: April 28, 2011

In Preparation of the New Moon


The New Moon


Now is the time to rid your life of all the not so needed crap and open your life to new beginnings, new possibilities, new life, new new new freshness in your life.

Just like your home, you need to think of your inner self as the home you carry around with you at all times. It needs to be cleaned out on a regular basis or it gets all cluttered up and before you know it you are depressed and overwhelmed with all the trash and clutter and you won’t even know where to begin to clear it out.

So take the needed steps to clear away the clutter so that you can enjoy the new, fresh, clean surroundings.  Throw out all the stuff and crap that is not needed and that is not productive or helpful to you and make room to finally breathe from within.


In the Darkness of the New Moon

In the darkness of the New moon I fly about to see what there is to see…

There is no light and no shadows to chase me..

Flying about the void, this darkened space…

I let go my worries as the wind blows across my face..

My fears aside I look at starting something new…..

And as I look within, to myself I must stay true…..

Blessed be the tasks I begin this night …

May they be in bloom by the  Moon’s next full light…

Fear not the darkness of the New Moon…

Tis the time for new beginnings and to get yourself back in tune..

As I fly away on the currents this night when the moon in new…

I begin my tasks and send out prayers and wishes of dreams coming true…

Blessing to every man, woman, child and friend….

May you find happiness, love and riches of the heart…..

And may your dreaming never ever end!


Many Blessings,

Look Twice Before You Leap!!

I hadn’t posted anything all day today because I just haven’t had any insightful words to give … well… That has now changed!

I work with a wonderful guy here at Coldwell Banker Barnes in Brentwood, his name is Jerry Kemp and he’s been a real estate agent for over 48 years. Today he told me a story and I’d like to take a moment to share his story.

Back in the day when he was in army and was in training … his unit was out doing maneuvers. They came upon a spot that was really dark in one area and light in another. He told his captain that  it looked like they were going to have to jump over the ditch. The Captain said, no we will just go around. Jerry then says, how long will it takes us if we go around it? The Captain replies with, about an hour. He said to the Captain..  “hold on and watch this”  (famous last words… hahahahahah)

Jerry backs up and takes off running and goes for it!

Then suddenly realizes that what he thought was the bank of the ditch in front of him was actually the tops of the trees down in the valley.

So there goes Jerry.. reaching out trying to grab hold of every limb he falls into on his way down … oh and screaming all the way. Limb after limb just breaks as he falls. He lands and by means of some sort of miracle only has scratches and bruises… nothing was broken. The Captain shouts down, are you ok? Jerry shouts back to them.. I’m ok but yall go around!

Jerry said to me after his story… about half way down he was thinking of quitting the army …lol

He sure had an angel watching after him that day and since then I bet he looks twice before leaping into the darkness!

It’s always a pleasure to hear Jerry’s stories…. I can picture in my mind, him free falling into those trees.. thinking it was just going to be a quick jump over the ditch.

So take Jerry’s advice… live and learn and oh yeah.. Look twice before leaping!

Many Blessings,