I Wish You Rainbows: A Prayer for Self Acceptance

May you find your rainbow, your miracle, your peace in the fog today.

Today I wish you rainbows. I wish you the bravery to take a deep breath and forgive yourself for being so you, so human, so beautiful and sacred and perfect and fallible and messy all at one. I wish you the fierceness to show up for your life. To accidentally talk too much. To say … Continue reading I Wish You Rainbows: A Prayer for Self Acceptance

I Trust This Day (A Prayer To Start Your Morning)

Dear God/Spirit/Universe/Higher Power/Life, I trust this day. I trust this space where I am standing, and I know that I’m exactly where I need to be. I know that this phase of my life is both its own unique chapter and an apprenticeship to something greater. I am strong enough to hold that paradox. I … Continue reading I Trust This Day (A Prayer To Start Your Morning)

Being the Light in the Cold Messy Darkness

“Travel Light, Live Light, Spread Light, Be The Light.” – Yogi Bhajan   Sometimes spirituality is easy. The Law of Attraction works. We pray for a change in perspective, and we swiftly meet a stranger who teaches us a profound lesson. We make vision boards, and we ultimately manifest the apartment, the boyfriend, the job, … Continue reading Being the Light in the Cold Messy Darkness

A Prayer for Writers

By Kelsey Horton   May you remember that there is no perfect word -- just like there is no perfect boyfriend, no perfect eyelash, no perfect way you should have responded to the cruelty spewing from a friend’s grieving lips at the high school lunch table so many years ago. May you fuss and fret … Continue reading A Prayer for Writers

An Answered Prayer on a Tuesday Train: The Kindness of Strangers

"Life is a process of becoming, a combination of states we have to go through. Where people fail is that they wish to elect a state and remain in it. This is a kind of death." - Anais Nin Dare to let a stranger change your life. At 7:30 AM on a grey-skied Tuesday, I … Continue reading An Answered Prayer on a Tuesday Train: The Kindness of Strangers