Living Heart:full

Personal Growth

Essays on one’s journey of becoming.

  • Discovering Our Worth: The Story of Creation & Self-Love
    Discovering Our Worth: The Story of Creation & Self-Love

    Aural Method · Aural Method – I dreamed of choirs slow and steady. The song was ours, its woe was heavy Imagine for a moment, that you woke up one day, without a past. This is your first moment in existence. This is your first day on Earth. You just arrived. You awoke in a…

  • How to Lose Friends & Ignore People
    How to Lose Friends & Ignore People

    ⚠️ Caution: this post contains triggering content on trauma that might be upsetting. Who would ever willingly alienate themselves from others, you wonder? Well, you’re right. No one. Yet you’ve probably met at least one person in your life (or it might be you) that tends to ghost, avoid calls or texts, hides from or…

  • An Open Letter to Your Ego
    An Open Letter to Your Ego

    Dearest ego, I’m writing to remind you, ever so gently, in case no one ever told you, something you need to hear but no one will dare to say; the biggest elephant in the room: that none of what that happened in your early past was ever your fault. You deserved to be loved in…

  • Goodbye Perfect, Hello Brave
    Goodbye Perfect, Hello Brave

    There are rarely books I read that I feel I want to reflect or write about. But there is one book in particular I recently read that me feel triggered and quite simply, furious. Let me tell you why… I had stumbled upon this TED talk by Reshma Saujani a few months ago that hit…

  • What 28 Chapters of Life Taught Me
    What 28 Chapters of Life Taught Me

    Oscar Wilde once said, “With age comes wisdom, but sometimes age comes alone.” I sure hope that’s not the case here. Because over the years, I’d like to think that something deep inside me was unfolding below the chaos of everyday life on this spaceship we call home. Like pearls slowly growing in the depths…

  • A Manifesto for Women in the Arena
    A Manifesto for Women in the Arena

    We all live with an inner voice that feeds on our fears and insecurities, seeking to protect our egos from every risk, threat or danger. For whatever reason, this inner critic stops a lot more women than men from being in the arena of public life, impact or leadership, despite their God-given potential, unique contribution…

  • On Being in the In-between
    On Being in the In-between

    On definitions, labels and the in-between… In this world of extremes, I always find myself in the in-between.I am too sophisticated for the simple-minded and too simple-minded for the sophisticated.I am too liberal for the conservative and too conservative for the liberal.I am too materialistic for the idealist and too idealistic for the materialist.I am…

  • On Living What You’ve Learned
    On Living What You’ve Learned

    Imagine your mind is a room and everything you know is scattered on the floor. Tens of books lying here and there, all open. You start wandering about, glimpsing sentences as you pass them by. It’s amusing at first, you reminisce on the first challenging book you encountered, the few that may have altered the…

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