Thursday, June 17, 2010

Just a note

I will figure out how to talk about the trip down south but I need to cool off a bit first.  I am discovering a way to take my anger (and rage) and put it to productive use but my problem is caving in to those who hurt me just for the sake of peace.  I need to find the peace without caving in and to channel the anger into a beneficial direction.  As odd as it sounds, I need to hang onto the anger because if I let it go without channeling it productively I end up setting myself up for a repeat of  history.  Especially when the people wielding those knives that end up in my back act like nothing has happened and we're just one big happy family.

I learned a lot on this trip, however painful it was.


  1. Kathy. :( I'm so sorry. I hope we can talk soon. Love and hugs.

  2. Embrace Lillith, embrace your anger. Too many times women shove their anger down or concede because of fear of their anger. Lillith teaches us that our anger is a gateway to healing.

  3. Thanks so much. I am learning so much from you wise women and I'm grateful to the Goddess for those teachings. I had been thinking on the way back up here that I needed to hang onto the anger and not try to get rid of it so this is very helpful to me

    Tana, the conversation this morning was so healing. You truly have a gift of healing and empathy.

    Inannasstar, I will explore and embrace both Lillith and my anger. I'm feeling empowered for once.