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Queen’s Children

The Golden Thread

Never forget it

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  1. Joan Loyce, in Correspondence from the abyss, float among the stars in a poem.
  2. Spirit, in My Story Isn’t Rare, tells us how black men takes power at the expense of black women and how she feels unsafe.
  3. Destiny S. Harris, in The Biggest Cause of Opportunity Loss, explains to us how fear makes us miss opportunities life gives to us.
  4. Beth Stormont, in CHANGE… Needed, or Just for the Sake of Change?, asks the question, did those changes our evolution?
  5. Nalini MacNab, tell us, in A Tale of Three Mystiks, about the three who committed themselves to the great transformation in Her way: the strategist, the seer and the wise.
  6. Beth Stormont, in Lifting the Veil, proposes a poem about changing our point of view as the illusion veil is lifting.
  7. Katrina Bos, in As the Witches Gather, invites us to join the gathering of those who see more than the physical reality around us.
  8. Anthi Psomiadou, in Parallel Walks, takes us into the meanders of her conscience in a poem.
  9. Jean Carfantan, in the prompt Gaia’s Time Slowness, evokes the slow pace of time on this physical plane.
  10. Katrina Bos, in From Fast to Slow to Timeless, shows us how slowness opens the door to timeless in her story.
  11. Marcus, in Tanka at the Speed of Time, writes about how time depends upon our vibration.
  12. Ann Litts, in What Day Is It?, tells us how she took a slower pace as she retired and how she takes an extra-long exhale and hears better what Universe has to tell her than in her busy days.



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Jean Carfantan

From Brittany. Founder of Queen’s Children. I write to discover what I ignore I know. youenn at imagi.in .