A Prayer for George Floyd’s death, the protests, the racial, social, and economic unrest in America

My God, I pray for a change of heart, an absolute 180, a world that wakes up for the flight of our black American brothers and sisters.

Mon seigneur, je prie pour un changement du coeur, un revirement absolu, un monde qui se reveille a la situation déplorable de nos soeurs et frères noire américaine. 

하나님, 이 세계에 모든 아픔을 감싸해주세요, 정부에게 보호를 못받는 제 흑인 형제들과 자매들을 대신 하나님이 보호주세요. 온 세상의 완악한 마음을 가진 인류들… 그들의 마음을 재발 변화시켜주세요.

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Reflecting on My Life with Christina Baker Kline’s a piece of the world and Andrew Wyeth’s Christina’s World

A poem by Emily Dickinson, emorable quotes from Christina Baker Kline book, and personal reflections with Andrew Wyeth’s painting, Christina’s World Continue reading Reflecting on My Life with Christina Baker Kline’s a piece of the world and Andrew Wyeth’s Christina’s World

Morning Reflection: Nearsighted when it comes to looking into the future

I woke up today feeling things and the flux of everything going on in our world and in my life today a little more strongly:

All the heaviness

Concerned about parents, family and friends’ families that I cannot check on personally

Missing my younger sister and wondering if she’s doing alright day to day with just her roommate…. Continue reading Morning Reflection: Nearsighted when it comes to looking into the future

A Piece of My Story

Let me tell you a bit of my story. I had some scary things happen to me in my life: I was diagnosed with a neurological disorder in the 7th grade, was sexually assaulted by a family relative in the 10th grade, had my parents divorce after a traumatic narrative that spanned years, and was raped  my first year out of college. This in tandem with my naturally emotions driven self brought forth a very unbalanced, and very unhappy Susan for a lot of my adolescence and into my early twenties. I could be happy and “on,” yes, but I … Continue reading A Piece of My Story