meraki [Greek μεράκι] ~ (v.) to do something with soul, creativity, or love; to put something of yourself into your work.

meraki [Greek μεράκι] ~ (v.) to do something with soul, creativity, or love; to put something of yourself into your work.

I've been wanting to share this poem with you for ages but I couldn't find  the source.  I hunted high and low to try and find the elusive e.h but had no luck and  then yesterday I miraculously came across her place and now I'm so happy to  share Erin's beautiful words which should be dedicated to all our daughters  and so it is.  Erin Hanson I salute you fine lady.   ::source::

a poem for our daughters

I've been wanting to share this poem with you for ages but I couldn't find the source. I hunted high and low to try and find the elusive e.h but had no luck and then yesterday I miraculously came across her place and now I'm so happy to share Erin's beautiful words which should be dedicated to all our daughters and so it is. Erin Hanson I salute you fine lady. ::source::

No matter how hard you are trying to push me away, I'm always here, it must be Love. You are the one who said we are soul mates.

No matter how hard you are trying to push me away, I'm always here, it must be Love. You are the one who said we are soul mates.

Sometimes we all need space away from people that can be difficult and think there saints. It's time to see the light.

Detachment for Surviving Addiction

THE EBONY COOKBOOK, The Book That Helped Define Soul Food  |  In 1955, a Black woman couldn’t get a cheese sandwich at a Woolworth lunch counter in Greensboro, North Carolina.  But if she had the book that would come to be known as The Ebony Cookbook, she could go home and make the ham-and-gravy Poor Boy sandwich beloved by the Delta Rhythm Boys, stars in the African-American music scene of the era.  (Author, DeKnight wrote from the persona of the Little Brown Chef, drawing on right)

The Book That Helped Define Soul Food

THE EBONY COOKBOOK, The Book That Helped Define Soul Food | In 1955, a Black woman couldn’t get a cheese sandwich at a Woolworth lunch counter in Greensboro, North Carolina. But if she had the book that would come to be known as The Ebony Cookbook, she could go home and make the ham-and-gravy Poor Boy sandwich beloved by the Delta Rhythm Boys, stars in the African-American music scene of the era. (Author, DeKnight wrote from the persona of the Little Brown Chef, drawing on right)

✌❤sometimes defined as alertness of mind: compassion; goodwill; and the love of gratitude

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