Growing up, life was not easy. I experienced many traumas- physical abuse from my father, being deemed the scapegoat and being blamed for everything by my immediate family members, bullying from classmates, being talked down to and humiliated by teachers, and outcasted by people who I thought were friends. I remember the words of wisdom … Continue reading Freedom in Forgiveness by Sky Daniels; based on an essay written by teenaged Sky Daniels; Edit by Robert Goodman, Esq.
What is dignity? Why do we sometimes lose it, and why do some have it taken away? Is dignity something we are born with or is it something that we earn or develop? The Miriam-Webster dictionary defines dignity as “the quality or state of being worthy, honored, or esteemed, and it usually applies to someone … Continue reading Dignity: Where is it, and where does it go?
Let go of chains that were broken a long time ago. Operate under the reality that bright and shiny skies exist and are present now. Value what you have over what you hope for; the things you hope for will become what you have. Everyday is an opportunity to take advantage of the beautiful things … Continue reading Love Conquers All by Sky Daniels
Forget the past. It’s just a dream you keep alive by dreaming A balloon that wants to hit the ground and burst But which you keep afloat by thinking. The past is only a tail You keep dragging behind you Collecting dust and dirt Until it’s so heavy with bitterness and regret It stops you … Continue reading Forget The Past: A Poem by Steve Taylor