Under The Berkeley Skies-Day 23: Frustration-1, Me-0

With dominion over your attention, you experience the true meaning of freedom which is more than merely experiencing a release from the thought form habits of worry, doubt, fear, dis-ease, discomfort and disharmony.  Authentic dominion over your consciousness is the ability to freely express, in your own way, the deep, mystical chords of spiritual realization […]

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Under The Berkeley Skies-Day 22: I heart you!

Hello lovelies, what a day I’m so tired today. I think staying up till 2 am to write a post did not help any, but what can I say? My audience demands more, I know a bit of grandiosity on my part, but so it’s my blog and I’ll get as grand as I want […]

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Under The Berkeley Skies-Day 17: Blah, Sniff, Cough!

Good Morning my dears, this might be a two parter. I’m sure I won’t finish this post in time. It’s currently 5:55 am and I’m in Jet Blue’s Terminal 7 at Long Beach Airport waiting for my flight back to the Bay area. I’m on less than two hours sleep, sick, and wearing men’s underwear. […]

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Under The Berkeley Skies-Day 14: Casino Time

Hello my dears, I’m currently sitting in the back seat of my uncles’ car on our way to San Diego, California. By we I mean: Uncle Eddie and Arturo, mom, and myself. By San Diego I mean to a casino in San Diego, we could care less about the zoo or Seaworld, San Diego is […]

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Under The Berkeley Skies-Day 9: Younger men?

Hello lovelies, I hope you are staying warm wherever you are! I’m currently enjoying 38 degree weather out here in Berkeley. So, unless you live in the East Coast or in the Midwest with snow don’t talk to me about how cold it is where you are, because I might just punch you in the […]

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Under The Berkeley Skies-Day 5: We’ve lost a great one.

Madiba “Nelson” Mandela.  July 18, 1918 – December 5, 2013 Hello lovelies, today I greet you with a heavy heart. For today, December 5th 2013 the world has lost one of its biggest and greatest leaders Madiba “Nelson” Mandela. Perhaps one of the most widely recognized individuals associated with love and forgiveness in governance is […]

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I am Ana!

This piece has so much passion, truth, and tears! However, the tears are mostly mine because I am Ana. His words took me back to second grade… Second grade was rough, second grade was confusing, and it was in second grade when I was made to feel shame for the first time. Second grade was […]

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