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[1: 2,012 of 10,000] Joy Maker

In Review on November 13, 2020 at 9:36 PM
Photo Source: Couponing to Disney

I’m currently reading the Stargirl book, it’s meant for teenagers but it was calling me to read it. I saw it first as a movie also with the same title Stargirl and it was played by Grace VanderWaal who is a singer, songwriter, and plays ukulele. Side note before seeing the movie, I knew Grace from seeing her on YouTube as a contestant of Americas Got Talent when she was 12 years old and purchased her music from iTune.

Grace VanderWaal is a perfect fit to play Stargirl because she believes in miracle and she said it during her audition. The movie made me cry, Stargirl is a living joy maker, who doesn’t follow the rules, and inspire people to believe in magic. The moment I finished the book, I searched who wrote the movie and it was then that I found out that it was based from a novel written by Jerry Spinelli.

I can attest that being a joy maker isn’t hard. It was close to my heart because every once in a while I embody being a secret Santa to someone even if it’s not Christmas. As a lightworker, I have the gift of feeling someone’s energy and I could tell if someone is coming from a place of fear or love. Where ever a person come from, I always want to create magic in someone’s life and make life extra ordinary. I like making surprises to show how someone is special and worth the care that usually comes with a gift.

When was the last time you’ve done something kind for someone without expecting anything in return? #WorldKindnessDay2020

[1: 1,662 of 10,000] Pondering For A Novel

In Journal on November 25, 2015 at 7:22 AM

I am craving to write a novel. Will I be able to write something with delightful perspective and entertaining experience without me “cringing”?

I dream to become a great story teller where every words of the characters awaken our beautiful soul to venture into an adventure and see the magnificence of life. To encourage each of us in being the greatest that we can be and keep on being loving and grateful.

I have experienced shame, pain, and desperation. I often wonder about the people who even participated on those journey and understanding that it might not even be their will to be part of it; but it happened because I needed my growth so I can tell a new story. It’s a source of a new depth.

I need to set a schedule to write or this will pass by without me accomplishing it. 2016 must means new book.

#FeelingExcited #Pondering