There are many things that I choose on a daily basis, here are some examples:

I choose…..

  • who I want to become friends with.
  • what to read.
  • what to eat.
  • where to go shop.
  • how I do my hair.
  • what I wear.
  • what to watch on television.
  • what music to listen to.
  • where to go for dinner.
  • what websites to visit.
  • when I go for a walk.
  • when I go to bed.
  • when to relax and unwind.
  • when to have a cup of coffee, tea or alcoholic beverage.
  • when to be a listener and when to be a talker.
  • what religious ideologies to believe.
  • to become vegan.
  • to practice saving the lives of animals by becoming vegan.
  • the place in which I live.
  • the job that I do.
  • the day I decided to live my authentic life.

The one thing that many people believe that I chose – was my sexuality.  THAT IS SOMETHING I DID NOT CHOOSE – that specific ‘thing’ about me, was something I was born with.  I didn’t, one day, suddenly decide to choose that I liked people of the same-sex.  I don’t believe the writings of any religious denomination and what was written.  Therefor – you can’t preach what YOU believe onto me.  If you believe there is a God – and you have an issue with my sexuality – blame HIM, not me.

People need to STOP projecting their religious beliefs (or choices) onto others.  Nothing good comes from telling others that the way they live their lives and how they were born is wrong.  Most importantly – your religious CHOICES should not have any impact on civil rights.  There should always be a separation of what you choose to believe religiously and government policies.

When YOU project your beliefs onto your children – it only hinders them and may potentially kill them.  Instead encourage your children to explore and to have different viewpoints, thoughts and to be their own individual.

My heart goes out to Tyrone Unsworth, from Brisbane, Australia and so many others who have taken their own lives due to bullying because of their sexuality.


Together, we can make the world a more positive one!


We all have our favourite songs – songs we can sing along with, songs we dance to, songs we cry to and songs that make us think.  Music is relative to what you are going through in your life – songs and music make you feel.

Personally, I like songs with deep meaning and make me really feel.  There are few songs that actually put tears in my eyes, here are a few:

Sacrifice by Elton John, You Must Love Me by Madonna, What Doesn’t Belong To You and Back Where You Belong by Sinead O’Connor and Tonight and Mother’s Pride by George Michael.

SING YOUR LIFE by Morrissey is another song that gets me really emotional because for me, the songs meaning is asking me to look at my life, assess what is important and not to listen to the opinions of others and go with what I am feeling not what others tell me to feel or what I think others may feel about me.

I live my life authentically and I definitely SING MY LIFE without any regrets and without worrying about what others may think – are YOU ready to SING YOUR LIFE?  Here are the lyrics to the song:

Sing your life
Any fool can think of words that rhyme
Many others do
Why don’t you?
Do you want to?
Sing your life
Walk right up to the microphone
And name
All the things you love
All the things that you loathe

Oh, sing your life
The things that you love
And the things you loathe
Oh, sing your life
Oh, sing your life

La, la-la, la-la, sing your life
La, la-la, la-la, sing your life

Others sang your life
But now is a chance to shine
And have the pleasure of
Saying what you mean
Have the pleasure of
Meaning what you sing
Oh, make no mistake my friend
All of this will end
So sing it now (sing your life)
All the things you love (sing your life)
All the things you loathe
Oh, sing your life
The things that you love
And the things you loathe (sing your life)
Oh, sing oh…
Oh, sing oh…

La, la-la, la-la, sing your life
La, la-la, la-la, sing your life

Don’t leave it all unsaid
Somewhere in the wasteland of your head, oh
Head, oh, head, oh, head, oh
And make no mistake, my friend
Your pointless life will end
But before you go
Can you look at the truth ?
You have a lovely singing voice
A lovely singing voice
And all of those
Who sing on-key
They stole the notion
From you and me
So, sing your life (sing your life)
Sing your life (sing your life)
Oh, sing your oh…
Oh, sing your
Sing your life
Sing your life
Sing your life
Oh, sing your oh…
(Sing your life)
(Sing your life)
Sing your life
(Sing your life)


Together, we can make the world a more positive one!




Allow yourself to disconnect to anything that brings on negative feelings.  This is not an easy task considering the events going on in the world and how so much of corporate and social media is catering to fear, relying on ignorance and causing intentional mass confusion.

Remember what is important to you and remember that we are ALL part of the human race.  We all want peace and harmony.  We want access to clean water and a clean environment.  We want the same opportunities.  Now, more than ever, we need a revolution of love and that revolution begins with YOU!

Take a moment – BREATHE, rejuvenate yourself and know that with love and positive energy, that revolution of love is right around the corner.  We know and understand that the current way is not working for the many and only benefits the few.  This will change, it’s happening now.  People are becoming more aware and the veil of distraction is slowly lifting.  With the truth, comes change and it is up to all of us to ensure that change is born from love.

Together, we can make the world a more positive one!