Not all who wander are lost.

Not all is as it seems.

Dragons, fairies, unicorns, knights, and princes are just tales of fantasy to inspire us to keep reaching for better. There is no magical saviour for our existence in this world.

Fairytales are sugar coated hope to help raise someone out of despair laden futility. Yet they are so inoculous they cause beliefs that can wreak havoc on mental health for a lifetime.

If you want good you have to give good consistently, but you can’t expect anything in return. If you expect payback it just won’t happen. You’ll have an ordinary mix in life.

What you might see may not be the total view. (I’m sure someone watching me write blog posts would think I’m vain because I read my own posts so many times. What they wouldn’t necessarily understand is I’m dyslexic and terrified of posting horribly off mistakes, that’s why I’ll even re-read a post the next day with fresh eyes to make certain I didn’t miss anything.)

Dreams cause more trouble than they’re worth. Unreachable, fantasies to beat oneself up over for a lifetime.

Sometimes the heros are the ones that have courage to get up and go to work, the courage to tell a girl they like her, or the courage to apologize genuinely and deeply when they could just say ‘sorry’ and keep moving.

Sometimes being a saviour is doing the right thing when it is difficult, complicated, risky or could cause you hurts or loss (especially job).

Sometimes the world needs more focus on solutions and less on the problems or what you don’t like.

Mostly, we need more focus on good than bad; focus on the sun shining, flowers blooming and babies and pets having good lives, we woke up, functioned and now get a rest period, before another chance.

Beauty can be found everywhere if you know how to look for it.

Love has many faces and places, and a single human heart can love many strongly enough to bridge miles. (8 miles according to a heart frequency resonance study I heard about a few years ago.)

God really does work in mysterious ways, but not if you’re relying on it.

Be well and have more contentment in your life. ~T

About Treasa Cailleach

I'm a massage therapist working with chiropractic and the elderly; musician, artist, pagan, mom, B of LGBTQ, & polyamorous professional.

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