Do you understand me?

Do you understand me?

Do you know the pain I hold inside?

Taken advantage of, my childhood destroyed.

Life came along, and robbed me of all I’ve ever loved.

In several ways I could have went out, too many to count.

I was a fool, but I couldn’t seem to figure me out.

I couldn’t figure life out, suffocating in the pain and the substances is all I knew.

Do you understand me?


I don’t understand you.

No one ever will.

Because only you know what you’ve felt.

And what you have dealt with, you’ve never shared it.

I see your sorrow though, and I can feel it.

I see your pain, and where they’ve robbed you.

I see what life has done to you.

I know you’re lost, I see your hurt, I know that I can get a call and just like that you’ll be gone.

I don’t understand you,

but I feel for you…

because I see you.



De un lugar 

Me siento nostalgia, de un lugar que ni estoy segura si existe? Tengo un sufrimiento que no se ni de que es, ni de que se trata; solo sé que aquí permanece… extrañando la felicidad de ese lugar. 

Uno donde mi corazón está lleno, mi cuerpo y único ser es amado, mi personalidad es apreciada y entendida, y donde mi alma se siente entera. 


It’s about…

It’s about what you do to live; to feel alive and actually be present. It’s about making life beautiful for others, and touching lives with your kindness and love.
It’s about unity, humbling down and understanding that you might not be able to walk in someone’s path but, you can give them a pair of shoes to make that walk easier.
It’s about giving those in need the clothes that was once on your back, sharing the bread the lord has blessed you with, or simply being a helping hand.
It’s about seeing that every time we unite, the universe changes; every time we reach out and touch a heart or a life, the world changes.
It’s about kindness, because with every kindness and service, seen or unseen, you are truly living and not just existing.


Freedom of speech 

“You know what’s actually pretty disrespectful to the american flag?
The confederate flag.” -Twitter post

So, I got some good friends that think Kaepernick is really disrespectful for kneeling for the flag.
I see their point…

And I actually do agree in the sense that standing up and saluting our flag during the national anthem is a wonderful gesture of respect for all of those who have fought for this country, and the freedom we have had (because other countries don’t have much of it at all), and for the pride of being an American.
But, I get his message that THIS America is no longer that America we knew.

It’s no longer that America we should be proud of. It just isn’t because the racism has seeped out of underneath the rugs and it’s literally EVERYWHERE.
So I began to think of the bigger picture…

Y’all know what I was thinking?

In football when someone gets hurt you kneel right? It’s a sign of “respect” que no?

Anyways, the issue here is what? The kneeling “DIVIDES” us.

But no one wants division, division puts people out of place. Division on one side means people are opening their eyes and they’re tired. Tired of the bullshit.

So what is the true issue here? It’s not that much that he is “kneeling,” it’s that some one is out of “place,” and that’s what they don’t like.
So, if our leader was a REAL leader. He wouldn’t be calling anyone a “son of a bitch,” instead he’d be calling all of the racism the real division BUT… he can’t call himself out because he’s been apart of it.

He’d address the division and state that it needs to stop. That we are a beautiful and diverse country that the color of our skin and our background shouldn’t define how we get treated or what we do or not deserve.

But, that be in a country where the leader didn’t in courage this freaked mess in the first place.
So maybe both sides are wrong… or are they?

Isn’t this what these Anglos call “Freedom of speech”?