LEGACY MAPS is a Mags Magazine Signature Workshop. LEGACY MAPS creates a space for an interactive, practical and soul filling workshop to support individuals to create their personal legacies. This workshop goes beyond vision boarding to provide a bird eye’s view of our lives… Continue Reading “MAGS LEGACY MAPS WORKSHOP”
I am grateful to meet earth angels like Ben and his family. It is admirable that a total stranger would hand over his car keys and trust that everything would be fine.
One of my soul projects at the start of Covid-19 was to develop my digital skills and have the confidence to do some live shows and bring together like minded people over zoom to share views on various topics! This has kept me busier than I could have imagined but it is reinforcing for me that “when we are aligned with our soul mission, everything falls in place!”
That ONE-word MOM embraces ample significance across the world regardless of culture, ethnicity, race or religion. God, the master of the universe, bestowed upon this human form the ability to hold human life for nine months and to give birth to that life –… Continue Reading “That One-Word MOM”
I know that deep, profound gratitude has the power to transform human thoughts and emotions.
My poem on Gratitude from 2003.
One thing that I know for sure is that when we do things with great love, love itself multiplies around us a hundred fold. It can amplify our vibration of love. It is this vibration that attracts more love to us – romantic partners, forgiveness, better relationships, opportunities and most of all an inner feeling of gratitude, contentment and peace.
The beauty and mystery of life, is that we do not always see the intimate view of the evolution of a person’s soul. We cannot see all the losses and the depth of losses which can impact someone’s behaviour.
“Don’t shoot me guys…. but ladies…. this one is for you… just imagine if we could build our men like we can build a snowman. What would you create? There are no snowwomen… so guys I don’t think you could do the same to us!”
When I love and respect my body, my spirit feels welcomed. My spirit can then help me to achieve the work which I am destined to do in this world.
When I resent my body and wish I had a different body, my spirit feels trapped and I cannot live my purpose completely.
Yesterday, I had the pleasure the privilege to meet with multiple award winner, Marie Claudine Mukamambana who lost her parents, sister, cousins, aunts, uncles, grandparents, loved ones, friends, classmates, and fellow countrymen during the Rwandan Genocide, when she was only a teenager. What touched me the most was that she has used this tragedy to find meaning in life and to give back to the orphans of Rwanda