Wednesday, August 4

Tag: relationship

Ohana Means Family

Family, solitude I'm in the process of ending a relationship. We were together 15 years, and even though things were always somewhat rocky, my partner and stepdaughter and I always said we were ohana. Nobody gets left behind or forgotten. That doesn't work in the world of separation and divorce. It's time to start looking for my new ohana. I expect that when I find it, it will be unexpected. Some people call this finding your tribe. I call it community. God sets the lonely in families. (Psalm 68:6). It doesn't have to be family by blood. You can choose members of this family with which to surround yourself. Remember those today who have been left behind or forgotten.

Sunny Sunday – Finding Love in Others

Photography, Quote, spiritual practice, Spirituality
Where is your light today? What is leading you? What is giving you hope? Joy? Where do you find life? Today's post is a guest entry from my son, Colin Jon David Stewart, in celebration of his one year anniversary. A relationship that gives him great hope and joy. And I have to brag on him a moment, he carries his shenanigans out into the world by advocating for equal rights, education advocacy on a state level, and by teaching classes such as "Gender." Dear loved one; First, I want to say that you mean the stars to me That you light up the room with an otherworldly glow And that every time I see you this goofy grin just starts to cover my face and I want to hug you and, and, and Well, you know the one The one that is screaming I love you before I can say it The one that goes along with a...