When I was a teenager, I spent hours every night in the bedroom, writing about my spirituality, or what I felt like being, or how I had experienced it.
I thought it was a form of self-actualization, but the experience was often very different from what I’d been led to believe.
After I’d left school, I took up with a woman named Jessica, and we met through her Pagan group.
We started talking about spiritual matters.
She had been involved with a Pagan group for a few years, and she wanted to help me connect with people who were different from me.
We talked about how we were all in the same boat: we all had an identity and we all felt disconnected.
And she shared stories about her own experiences, including a traumatic one that she shared with me.
Her story was very moving to me, and I felt so blessed to know someone who was able to connect with me as a person and as a Pagan.
So I did what anyone would do: I called her up and said, “Can you help me?”
It was like a miracle.
I was so moved that she wanted me to connect.
We had a long conversation, and eventually we had a spiritual conversation together.
And when I was ready to share my story, she said, I don’t want to be alone.
I want to talk to someone who understands me.
I’m a woman of color, and my experience of racism has been very difficult.
So we started talking.
It was really hard for me to talk about it because my experiences as a white woman are so common, but I was talking to a woman who had been deeply affected by racism.
She said, Well, you’re talking about someone who’s been a victim of racism, so it’s like, well, that’s a lot of privilege to have.
So it was hard for her to talk.
And then we had an epiphany, and that was when I realized that I was not alone in my struggles.
It’s not that I’m not a person of color who has been hurt.
It is that I am a woman with a lot to offer as a human being.
She’s been on the receiving end of a lot worse, and a lot more difficult.
In this case, it’s that I have the opportunity to share with her my own experience of oppression and racism, as well as that of others who’ve experienced the same thing.
Jessica, who is African American, has been through a lot in her life, and there are times when she is afraid of saying something that might hurt me, but that she wants to share, too.
So when I told her I was looking for help with spirituality, it wasn’t a hard decision.
The fact that she knew someone who could help me was really important.
The experience of a Black woman dealing with racism is incredibly difficult, and Jessica’s experiences have helped me see that it is possible for me not to be afraid of the things that are going on, that I might not be able to see what’s going on in the eyes of people.
And in the end, I believe that we can all do more to help people understand and empathize with other people of color and women of color.
So this is something that is very important to me.
It also is a gift.
I am not only the person who helped Jessica connect with someone who had a trauma, but also the person with the healing power to help her heal.
It has made a big difference in how I feel about my own healing.
Jessica and I have talked about spirituality before, but it wasn, and still isn’t, the most important part of what we do.
But when I saw her story and realized that she was not going to be forgotten, I wanted to do what I could.
I know that I can connect with her in the healing process, and when I see her as a whole person, I can feel comfort and love for her.
And I feel that my experiences have made me a better person.
I do not have any personal experiences of racism that have led me to believe that racism is my only problem.
I have been through so much, and in my healing, I’ve seen that it’s possible to change a lot by speaking up about what is wrong.
I’ve been in therapy, and for me, the biggest difference is that the people I’ve spoken to have been supportive, not afraid to talk and not afraid of losing control.
It hasn’t always been easy for me and I’m still learning.
I believe, though, that the power of being in the middle of healing, and being able to listen to someone else who is struggling, is very powerful.
I don.t have to be scared to share and to say what I want, even if it hurts.
And that is the power that I believe can make a big impact on other people who