February 5, 2019

My son lost his friends. Rest in peace to his childhood.

Death and violence is preventing young men from seeing another day.

Stopping young women from seeing the future.

Holding us back.

An attack has been launched on this place.

Still we thrive in the sadness of it all.

Standing tall in our light makes us strong. The shadows will forever hold our past. We walk away from them pushing forward to etch our lives in truth of it all.

C L Cunningham

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Beautiful transition 

Doing one of my daily routines I came across a thought. Beautifully transitioning through life. 

As an overthinker and thought composer I playfully examine the things that I encounter constantly. I’m quickly reminded how important it is to live in the moment. Some things seem small or not important at the time that they appear. There’s almost no way of knowing the full importance of even a second of the day. Until you wake up with a epitome or a lightning bolt of imagination or determination which ever suits your fancy. 

Today I decided to time my time to look at the picture. Trying carefully not to miss even the littlest detail. I’m sure I can create it all in my mind but I believe the things created for me to see will be there if ever I’m ready to see them. I read the book the Alchemist yesterday. The story or stories written within a story left me gifted with insight and creative energy. A new look at the same things, a better perspective. I’m thankful for things to be grateful about. 

Not everyday is beautiful. Sometimes our lows are a bigger list than the thoughts of delightful emotions. And that’s alright. Send the energy forward for positive change in what is being seen. 

Easily it will begin to unfold in front of you. Life will become an open book of your beautiful transition to wherever it is that you desire to go. 

C. L Cunningham 

Wishing you love n light

  
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I hate

I hate death. I hate that people have to die; need to die. To teach us a lesson that we as humans aren’t indestructible. But still I hate it. It takes good people even bad people away from their family friends and loved ones without any regard to those it affects most. Leaving you stuck in sorrows path and if you don’t get off it it will take you to deaths door too. I hate death you took my cousin you took my grandmas you took my grandpas you took my unborns. All you do is take and leave us pain. Replace happiness with sadness and after sadness gives us anger. I hate I hate I hate you
C L Cunningham

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