***NOT FOR ATTENTION OR FOR SYMPATHY***
Today, he was released from jail because someone paid off his $250,000 bond to get out. Today the justice system didn't stand with me, the person they label as the victim. Today someone paid his way out of jail and made him believe he did nothing wrong. How can someone be let out of jail when every action they took to harm me could have killed me in a blink of an eye. They have no way to track him, no way to see if he runs or stop him from hurting me again. It wouldn't be the first time he was physical or violent towards me either. This is probably the 7th time if not more. On November 4th is when it was the worst, I was held against my will for 3 hours, I was beaten to the point where blood was shed and I felt like a rag doll being tossed around, thrown down stairs, strangled almost to death, and had a loaded and glocked gun to my head. I didn't think I'd make it out alive, I didn't think I would get to see my daughter again, I kept trying to mentally prepare myself that this was how I was going to die and the next action of harm to me would be the last. I was very blessed to walk out with minimal to no injuries I know for sure God was watching over me that night. But I can still honestly say I'm scared for my life and my daughters safety knowing he's out roaming around. Two weeks later and the physical pain is still there but going away slowly. The emotional pain and mental damage he has done to me is way worse and will last longer if not the rest of my life. The legal system may be unfair but I have the best judge and attorney on my side and that's Jesus Christ himself and I couldn't be more blessed. I'm ready to fight, I am no longer a victim because I am stronger and better than him. I'm a survivor and I will not let anyone try and label him as the victim now either. Better watch out because I'm coming to fight, stronger than I ever have. You messed with the wrong girl. I will not let anyone walk all over me and I will not let him get away with this and I will fight hard until justice is served and he gets what he deserves.
Has the media spotlight on sexual abuse surfaced intense emotions for you from your own sexual abuse experience? Having the courage to say #MeToo ... I was abused. This is an incredibly powerful first step. Can I encourage you to take the next step? Reach out to initiate your journey to healing and overcoming. You deserve to feel whole and confident again. You deserve to be trusting in relationships. You deserve to heal. I AM NOW SCHEDULING NEW CLIENTS.
Angels Who Deserve Justice: "The Boy in the Box" is an unknown child who was a victim of severe abuse and was murdered in 1957. His body was dumped on a lone stretch of road in Philadelphia, PA. He was between the ages of 3 and 7. He has gone unidentified for almost 61 years. #theboyinthebox#truecrime#unsolved#johndoe#nameless#victim (WARNING: Last 3 pictures relate to the crime and are somewhat graphic. Please use your own discretion when scrolling)
#fukyohashtags I don't want to hear how #politics ,#racism , #feminism , #sexism ,#recession what ever tf slowed YOU down and held you back in LIFE. Don't get side tracked by these celebs starting fake ass movements and stirring the pot,TAKE OWNERSHIP of your own life and don't play the #victim . Learn to be resilient and move within a room full of the most venomous serpents. They're all variables, only the head strong survive. Stop entertaining the fuckery and be brave. We in #America !!!
Greetings Divine Beings!
This week's new moon is in the sign of Scorpio (Saturday 18 November 2017 – 10:42 PM AEST)
New Moon in Scorpio
Face Your Fears to Claim Your Power
As the sun moves through the sign of Scorpio we may find ourselves asking, 'What am I afraid of?' Why? Scorpio is the sign of initiation. So don't be surprised if a catalyst occurs this month that offers you the opportunity to grow, but only if you can transcend your fears by facing them & questioning their power over you.
Aside from the fact that so many people fear snakes, I've used this image of a serpent's mouth that resembles a yoni, (the sacred opening of death & rebirth & the mouth of the archetypal wild woman) because the Scorpio sun transit is when we meet Medusa, the serpent haired dark Goddess who names the truth we're often afraid to acknowledge.
Those who are wise, (like the Goddess, Athena who wore the insignia of Medusa on her belt), embrace the penetrating insights of the Dark snake haired Goddess, however painful they seem initially as their ego is humble enough to recognise the truth as an opportunity to shed their old skin like a serpent to become more self aware & powerful.
Whereas those who are playing victim by blaming everything outside of themselves for their pain will scapegoat Medusa as the messenger to avoid being accountable for their own shadow.
So if someone pierces your ego with their serpent fangs of truth strive to be grateful for the medicine & integrate the lesson instead of trying to kill the snake!
Listen...don't allow someone who is mentally and emotionally abusive to control you.
In the end, they somehow become the victim, and you will strategically be the culprit. And the funny thing is, people will believe them because all they see are your actions. They are the ultimate manipulators.
Get away from them now...
Believe me, it will be the best good bye you ever say❤
Generations before us seem to swoon at the prospect of their 20s and being young again. But I have to say, I don't think I'll look back on my twenties as the best years of my life (though certainly a big factor in making me who I will become). I used to scoff at people who looked back at high school as the best days of their lives- as if they'd given up, or came from some alternate universe in which teenage years were not full of emotional and hormonal turmoil. And then there's the fear of aging because we live in a society that fears death. But I think it's crucial to be of the mind that all the hardship has to make you stronger and teach you lessons and prepare you for mastery of bigger and better things. We live in a world that sugar coats and hides hardships due to social taboo. Because talking about our own problems might make others uncomfortable. Or be seen as attention seeking and dramatic (women seen as hysteric and men as weak). I think all these preconceived notions need to be turned on their heads. What if we saw hardships as opportunities for growth instead of taking on the role of Victim and giving away our power in each situation? The convoluted message I want to convey is that, perspective is powerful; hardship is uncomfortable and I am actually looking forward to aging as I figure things out and heal; and aging does not have to be a bad thing. As musical maven Josh Homme says... there's "only one way- up."
"You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough" - Mae West. 🌘
"The reason for living was to get ready to stay dead a long time" - William Faulkner
#friday . I #wear the #black for the #poor and the #beaten down,
Livin' in the #hopeless , #hungry side of town,
I wear it for the #prisoner who has long paid for his #crime ,
But is there because he's a #victim of the times.
I wear the black for those who never read,
Or listened to the words that Jesus said,
About the road to #happiness through love and charity,
Why, you'd think He's talking straight to you and me.
I wear it for the #sick and #lonely old,
For the reckless ones whose bad trip left them #cold ,
I wear the black in mournin' for the lives that could have been,
Each week we lose a hundred fine young men.
And, I wear it for the #thousands who have died,
#Believen ' that the Lord was on their side,
I wear it for another hundred thousand who have died,
Believen' that we all were on their side. #johnnycash
Create 🎨 that will outlive you!!! “SAVIOUR OF THE WORLD” Salvator Mundi is a painting of Christ as Salvator Mundi (Saviour of The World), by Leonardo da Vinci.
Leonardo da Vinci's Salvator Mundi was possibly painted for Louis XII of France and his consort, Anne of Brittany. It was probably commissioned shortly after the conquests of Milan and Genoa around 1500.
It was subsequently owned by Charles I of England and recorded in his art collection in 1649 before being auctioned by the son of the Duke of Buckingham and Normanby in 1763.
It next appeared in 1900, when it was purchased by a British collector, Francis Cook, 1st Viscount of Monserrate.
The painting was damaged from previous restoration attempts, and its authorship unclear. Cook's descendants sold it at auction in 1958 for £45.
In 2005, the painting was acquired by a consortium of art dealers that included Robert Simon, a specialist in Old Masters.
In 2013, the painting was sold to Russian collector Dmitry Rybolovlev for US$127.5 million, via the Swiss dealer Yves Bouvier.
It was sold at auction at Christie's in New York in November 2017 for $450,312,500, a new record price for an artwork (hammer price $400 million plus $50.3 million in fees)