There is something to be said for hanging out with people who really know you and like you anyway. That is the definition of a true friend. I was watching one of those early morning shows and they were talking to a group of women who have known each other for years and reconnect on a regular basis to download. They attribute these meetings to the success of their marriages. One of the women expressed that, as women, we should maintain a connection because this connection is the place where we exhale. When she said it, I was preparing to go to my place of reconnection. To my diva day. Here and in the presence of fellow friends, we can be honest. We cry, we laugh, we yell, we giggle, we sigh, we share lifes ups and downs and we prod each other to go forth and don't divorce, don't quit, don't worry and encourage prayer. All of us have differing levels of relationship with God and yet neither of these relationships crowds out the other. They are all equally respected in our circle of four and feelings of intimacy of this type of onnection revives each one of us. Here we tell the truths and say the phrases that many cannot handle. Here we are free to be our authentic selves and that is a good thing. Thank you my diva's.
Your Words Project: Speaking on Purpose
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"Through her inspirational writings and spiritual poetry, Yolande Barial empowers women of all ages to be on purpose.”