About "Can-dling Instructions"
Wanting and or demanding to be treated correctly should be a rather simple concept. If that is so, then why do we at times, allow others to treat us badly? That is the difficult part, trying to figure out why we put up with others' bad behavior.
I've stopped trying to figure out the why's. Once you've let someone know that you won't tolerate the negativity they are throwing your way, it's up to them to figure out the source of their misdeeds.
I don't have to be treated like a queen. I don't need to be put on a pedestal or otherwise propped up. What I do need is to maintain my inner peace and self respect. Therefore, I must be treated correctly and there is no better way to treat a person than to acknowledge that they too are a child of the King.
About "Inside to Out"
“Inside to Out” is one of my favorite pieces because of its simplicity in illustrating a complex truth. It is the truth that the most important things in life are things that can not be seen with the naked eye. Things like love, happiness, and faith are invisible but are manifested physically. In this instance, the manifestation is with a smile.
I get caught smiling to myself a lot. Usually, I'm told that it is a huge smile or even a “shit eating grin”. Most of the time, I'm so lost in thought that I don't even realize that my smile has garnered someone's attention. I rarely respond by stating my specific reason for smiling. I just gladly and honestly say that I have been given much to smile about.
I want to help uplift, inspire and empower others and to help leave the world a little better than I found it. I am an author, deep thinker & optimist. I know God is love. I am the author of "Candidreams: I Remember the Beginning" and "Role Reversal: Turn Pain Into Power".
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Featuring original artwork by Ran H.