About Me Priceless Joy

Our journeys through life often times throws us a curve ball that we never see coming. I was blind sided into a world of severe depression and insanity. Struggling through this terrifying and agonizing abyss is not easy. In fact, it is excruciatingly painful and often times seemingly hopeless. One day, we see a light; a very tiny light. When we grab onto that tiny light with all of our might, that light becomes larger and larger, until it is bathing our arid and thirsty souls.

When it is the darkest and when it is the most hopeless, this perfect and precious light saturates us in universal love and grace. Our heart communicates with our soul and pleads with us to help bring others into this light; allowing them to know they are loved, they are important, they are special, and that we all have a beautiful purpose of being here on this earth.

To those who are yet suffering, please, take my hand. We will travel this journey together. We are not alone and we are loved and we are special. We have something wonderful to give back to this world.

I hope that many of my posts will touch and enrich the lives of those who are suffering, or with those who have loved ones who are suffering.

However, if I do nothing more than make friends on this blogging site, I will have accomplished more than never being on this site at all.

For my followers and readers: I just want to say thank you. Thank you for taking the time to read my blogs, critiquing my posts, commenting, and for sending me your vibrations of love, support and acceptance. I wish you all a wonderful 2014 in blogging, writing, health, and prosperity.

May all your dreams come true.

58 comments on “About Me Priceless Joy

  1. Deeply felt – I read it holding my breath. Thank you for sharing your journey.
    PS: There seems to be some problem with comment/reply at the moment – there doesn’t seem to be an option for me to reply to the comment you left on my poem Apocalypse, as the comment appears on the image, but not the poem itself – not sure how that happened. Perhaps you pressed on the image on the reader and that is why you were unable to leave the comment? Not sure. In any case, I wanted to say thank you.

  2. Priceless Joy, I’ve chosen to nominate you in The Field of Flowers Award – I truly appreciate the gift & offering that you share. Have fun! Below are the rules:

    All awards come with conditions with which to comply.

    ▪Thank the blogger who nominated you
    ▪Place the award on your blog
    ▪Nominate 7 other bloggers and write a little something about why you would give these bloggers
    “A Field Of Flowers”
    ▪Let your nominees know that you nominated them

  3. Hi! I have also suffered from depression and still have anxiety issues. I loved the way you wrote this page. And great to know that we all are (in some or the other way) together in coming out of all the sufferings and trying to make our lives better day by day :)
    Thanks for visiting my blog. Really appreciate! And I love your blog as I can clearly see a connection!
    Thanks again.
    Stay connected :)

    • Thank you Heena for visiting my blog. I appreciate your kind comment. At the moment I am not doing much blogging. I am taking a break, but will be back to blogging again soon. Again, thank you and yes there are many of us that are coming out of all of our sufferings and are there for one another for emotional support in making our lives better. :)

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