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May 6



As Mother's Day (5/12) quickly approaches I cant help but think back to Sunday, May 12, 2013, when I had to call 911 for my Mom. She came down with a case of food poisoning the Wednesday before Mother's Day which kicked pneumonia into high gear and rejection of her lung. For 5 long weeks she was in the hospital before God called her home on June 19th with my Dad by her side. I know my Mom would want me to stay strong and keep looking forward. During times like this I do think back on the memory of my Mom and remember Ecclesiastes 3: 1-8 Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 A Time for Everything 3 There is a time for everything,     and a season for every activity under the heavens: 2     a time to be born and a time to die,     a time to plant and a time to uproot, 3     a time to kill and a time to heal,     a time to tear down and a time to build, 4     a time to weep and a time to laugh,     a time to mourn and a time to dance, 5     a time to scatter stones and a time to gather them,     a time to embrace and a time to refrain from embracing, 6     a time to search and a time to give up,     a time to keep and a time to throw away, 7     a time to tear and a time to mend,     a time to be silent and a time to speak, 8     a time to love and a time to hate,     a time for war and a time for peace I know there is a time and season for everything. One day I will be back with my Mom. She is health, whole, pain free and with all the loved ones who have gone before us. Helping God prepare a place for not only Me, but all of us.

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  • Daphne Warshawsky
    Jul 1, 2018

    I'm Daphne and I'm not sure how to start this introduction, so I'm going to just jump right in... My Tribe has always been the women in my family and a couple of very close friends, until recently. I lost my grandmother 4 years ago and then my mom who was my best friend, my sister, and my mother all rolled into one beautiful woman was diagnosed with breast cancer shortly after. She fought a very long, hard battle and we really thought that she was going to beat it until they started finding more and more and this time last year found out that she wasn't going to beat it. I did what I had to do and took care of her and gave her every bit of love that I could possibly give her until she passed away, in my home, on August 20th of last year. I feel like the universe smacked me upside the head and sent me spinning. For the last year I've been spinning and everytime I feel like I can catch my breath it's smacks me again. I've just spent the last couple of months watching my mother-in-law die of cancer, repeating everything I saw with my mother and in the middle of it all my cat died too. I'm not even sure who I am anymore but I know that I have things to do I have big dreams. Cancer has taken three beautiful women from my life and two others, my cousin and one of my very best friends, have walked out of my life... for reasons untold, they just walked away. I turned 46 last week and my daughter is pregnant with my first grandchild. Everything has changed so much and yet I still get up every day and go to the same unfulfilling job, working with all men. I swear, most days I feel like Wendy in Neverland with a bunch of Lost Boys. Every day I feel like I need to be somewhere else. I need to be in my own space, doing my own thing, making my own rules. I need to be surrounded by positive female energy . I feel that I'm at a time in my life when I am rebuilding My Tribe, rebuilding my girl crew. I'm really looking forward to this journey with all of you and I hope that we can Inspire each other to become our best selves. Thank you for listening. Nice to meet you ❤
  • Jenny
    Jul 1, 2018

    Hi Jo so glad you are back. Rosario and I have missed you very much. so happy to see the community of women coming together again. love you and cant wait to see what you have in store for us.
  • Gwendolyn Plano
    Jun 30, 2018

    I have been thinking a lot lately of my masks. I have come to this realization. I think we are mothers,sisters,friends,Aunts,daughters,wives, grandmother's, and employees. We convince ourselves this is the sum of who we are and we are content. The reality is these are but roles we have where we contribute and impact other's lives and bring them support and joy. This makes us happy . We spend all of our waking moments full filling, planning, and looking forward to doing them again. We are happy content , useful, and leading a worthy life. Then every once in awhile in the twilight of a moment you remember that you yourself are a person. This is may not seem like a revolutionary idea till you ask the questions you stay busy to avoid. Am I enough, do the people around me see me or just the rolls I play, Am I truly happy not just satisfied and content but truly happy with me? Why do I hide and bury myself in bring joy to others ( yes this makes me very happy) and not be able to find the joy In myself. Which begs the questions what does make me happy, what do I like to do just for me.,what feeds my soul ,how or do I even have the strength to face my fears and insecurities to find true self? Ok we tell ourselves let's find us do more for ourselves let's make this plan work. Then the twilight begins to fade and the dawn of a new day is here and as quickly as my revaluation came it flees back to the deepest depths of my being and I again find my joy in the happiness of others. Let's face those questions are hard the answer ugly and so very raw and painful. It's so much easier to let them slumber. Then to battle them and in time make peace with them. So let's just not what more could you want anyway. This project in its essence says wake up and smell the coffee. Yes you are content, but God wants so much more for you!! The world is waiting for you. You do have place in it. True unimaginable happiness is waiting for you. Your village is filled with tribal members just like me and we will learn to lean on one another while we battle our darkest most raw selves. We will lead each other to the blazing light of a new more complete self. Together we can do this for alone we never would have the strength. So today I straighten my crown and find myself ready to build new bonds of friendship and battle the darkness with my warrior tribe. So we may find ourselves again.

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