A new season and chapter in my Journey

Since April 4 and durning my absence and time of silence on Heartfelt Meditations there has been much change and many translations for me and my family as we journey forward. I’m not sure at this point what this new journey is to be or look like or how to figure it all out. I hope to figure it all some how. There is just incredible so very much swirling, whirling and swirling endlessly. It is more than anyone should ever have to do. I find myself and my family learning and experinceing swimming in very deep new uncharted waters. I have found myself having become a widow and a single mom who is disabled and having to move my family across country back to Louisiana. This is a journey  I never expected or wanted. Although in future weeks to come and in future posts I will be writing about all of this as well as picking back up with the third book I was in the process of wring when this all happened back in April.

I truly appreciate understanding and patience during this season of my journey. I am learning how to find my way and path as I journey forward. I have much to say and write and much that fills my heart. I hope to be able to formulate it and pen it to paper and get it written down. All I can say at this point is that I’m doing my best and tying to go and move forward and figure this all out. It is a new unexpected journey that I must take and travel now. This will prove to be an interesting difficult journey. Hopefully my path will become more clear as I journey forward. Stay tuned for future material to come shorty hopefully in the fall if not sooner. God Bless all.





About Heartfelt Meditations

I am a published author and was published in 2011. My passions in writing involves my journey through motherhood, my faith and my love for America and our history. I live in Louisiana bur am from Texas.
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1 Response to A new season and chapter in my Journey

  1. Liana says:


    Dear Anna,

    I was touched by your words and your sincerity. I am reminded of one of my favorite poets, Rumi, who shared a similar journey into the unknown. In his poem “My Worst Habit”, he writes:

    “When water gets caught in habitual whirlpools,
    Dig a way out from the bottom to the ocean
    There is a secret medicine given only to those
    Who hurt so hard they can’t hope
    The hopers would feel slighted if they knew”

    I hope your journey leads to peace and clarity.
    I admire your courage in this transition.

    If you’d like to read the whole poem, I think you may
    enjoy it and find a kindred spirit in his longing for truth and unity within himself and with the divine.



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