When Death, Time & Love Write Back 

I don’t like movies that make me cry.

Watching Collateral Beauty starring Will Smith had me squinting my eyes.

collateral_beautyHolding my tears back with my eyelids.

It’s been a while since I’ve watched a movie like that.

Evoking so much emotions then throwing me out of wack after it was done with me.

It was Mr. Smith’s best performance to date.

Enjoyed listening to the story behind the scenes on how he also experienced loss during the making of the movie.

How he just went all out in giving it all through the film.

Can’t wait until it’s out on Blu-ray.

It’s worth the watch.

Please forgive me.

I’m sorry.

Thank you.

I love you.

~ Musa

The Resolution of Love

Waiting for the guy who is going to cut my hair to be done with styling two ladies.

So much work goes into installing a dead person’s hair on your head…only to see it get worn out and itch.

The outcome makes it worth the effort though if you are for that kind of thing.

Was thinking of bailing out and going back to the room that I’m renting, but decided against it because of who I will find waiting for me there.

Relationships can be exhausting, sometimes.

Maybe I’m just looking at this from a flawed perspective.

Especially when both parties do not communicate their vision.

People see things differently.

Not communicating these differences might even lead to fights.

And end up listening to meaningless conversations with people who are having other dead people’s hair being pasted on top of their natural hair, because of avoiding the one person you claim to love more than the rest…

As Neale Donald Walsch of the “Conversations with God” series put it, ask yourself: “What would love do now?”

Communicate more about our beliefs and how we would like things to be so to spend less time arguing for one.

A simple thing to do if we put our pride/ego on hold until progress towards finding a resolution has been initiated.

And that is my lifetime resolution.

Happy New Year.

I love you.

Thank you.

I’m sorry.

Please forgive me.

~ Musawenkosi Tshoaele

The #1 Underated Reason Why Most Experience Failure

“Your close relationships are either a catalyst for manifesting what you really want, or they’re a hindrance to your manifestation.

If you truly value the power of love in your life, you owe it to yourself to discover how to tap into the power of your relationship as a force for manifestation.” -Drs. Kathlyn and Gay Hendricks

(c) Musa T 2010