Here I am once again in a position I thought I’d never put myself in. Who am I kidding?, I knew exactly that this entanglement with Tate Fire was a whole joke. Oh well, least I got the D out of it right?
My mind was buzzing with questions and a whole lot of –what the fucks. I swear during that little moment the only thing I was praying to my guardian angel for was for Tate Fire not to make a scene *shashi wuuugh. Was this Tate following me *ano?
It’s an entire New Decade.
Which means a clean slate, new beginnings, new opportunities and endless possibilities.
Ever find yourself questioning what your purpose in life is? Wanting to know what your life is intended to impact?
My writing gets me in steaming hot water, most of the time.
And this time it will be no different.
I definitely refuse to defend any of my writing.
So please, if you know that your heart is a bit fragile and the blood flow to your veins are a bit clogged, please do not continue reading.
- Rautia Nakanyala
I find myself in the midst of living, moments of gratitude stealing my attention, to focus on the moment even if it’s just for a second. To grasp my mind around my life at the moment and find gratitude in it. My journey has left me in awe of just how mighty God is and the power of following your purpose.
The Likeability Complex
recognition or affirmation that a person or their feelings or opinions are valid or worthwhile.
Sometimes I take forced breaks from my “That’s BS” entries because you know, LIFE.
By Rautia Nakanyala
We come from a generation that hides pain like it’s an abomination to feel pain; to speak of your suffering.
In my favorite book “Eat, Pray, Love” by Elizabeth Gilbert, the main character reaches a cross road in her life and battles with many issues but the biggest of them all happens to be the same as what I am writing about today – Balance.