Being Found Out: Online Presentations Opened Me To The Preciousness I Am

by Elizabeth Douglas, Cape Breton, Canada

“Everything is energy” – Albert Einstein.

“Everything is energy, therefore everything is because of energy” – Serge Benhayon.

I am not writing to defend Serge Benhayon, his loving family, Universal Medicine and all that entails, or the practitioners. When energetic truth is expressed it is complete. Where lies and accusations are applied in an area of life, they have to be fed with more in order to get the attention they crave in the first place.

I write only to express my truth, without fear of being ‘found out’.

You see, I was always afraid of being found out as a child, a teenager and an adult. I always thought there was something wrong or something awful about me that lived inside me: because the outer world made me feel as if I never measured up, and because no matter what I was doing, it never was enough. And so I carried that feeling throughout my whole life – in work, in family, in relationships, in community service, etc.; not ever truly feeling safe to express my true feelings because of the response, and then my reaction to the response, whereby I would allow others to make me feel less-than or not worthy.

Most of my life I pretended everything was alright, because it was easier than being honest with myself. So like many others, I started searching for something, anything to feel loved in some way – through recognition, basically. Yet that still didn’t fill the hole inside, that empty pit that kept pushing and pulling at me.

Six years ago I found a website called universalmedicine.com.au. I couldn’t figure out at that time what I was feeling from this website as there was nothing there enticing me to buy or join… no hoopla. Yet I knew I wanted to check it out. This time, after being involved in many different modalities, teachings, workshops and courses, and hundreds of new age books, etc., I was aware it too may not fill the emptiness either, for you see I always thought someone outside of me would fill my life and make me feel whole.

I chose to listen to Serge’s audio on line for a year, to feel what was being presented. The first impression I got was of the gentleness and the integrity and yet the playfulness of Serge, and I came to feel the energetic equality that he spoke with to us all. After listening I became more energetically aware of experiences happening in my life and how I was changing, becoming more honest with me in my choices, and what was happening because of these choices. I hadn’t even met Serge Benhayon up to this point. I then chose to fly half-way around the world to Australia. Leaving a little fishing village in Cape Breton Island to attend a retreat presented by Serge Benhayon wasn’t an easy choice, yet something within knew this felt right. Did I get controversy? – oh yeah, and lots of deplorable names as well.

At the retreat Serge expressed how he had begun by connecting to himself, his true self, and how he was now sharing with whoever felt to hear what he had to say. Whether they felt it was their truth or not, well, that was fine with him. There was no judgement, no expectation, nothing… just his truth, and how refreshing that was to hear.

I am the type of person who filters what is expressed, then asks questions later. This time when I filtered what was expressed, I found I had the answers to my own questions, as Serge spoke the truth from within, which connected me to my inner self, where we are the same. I didn’t go into my intellect to try to figure out what was or was not right. Although there were many who did question Serge – and yes, lots had the same questions I had, I didn’t need them answered by him, for I am one who makes the choice to listen to my heart and feel for me what is truth or not. Serge had, without doing anything other than expressing from love and truth, made it possible for me to feel ME for the first time… and oh what a feeling!

I was ‘found out’ in that retreat – and it was awesome, because I am this gorgeous, precious human being in a female body, now feeling from a place that is being filled everyday with joy and the preciousness I am. In doing that, my search is over. I found what I have been searching for – ME – and now my choice is simple: to keep loving and adoring the preciousness I am, which in truth we all are. Take it from me as one human being to another – it is far more delicious to live with love and joy every day than to live in the misery of denial.

Serge Benhayon, with heart-full gratitude to you, to your loving family and all that Universal Medicine energetically stands for, I applaud you for standing out in truth. You have shown me, through the way you live, that I too can now know my energetic truth, and each day I choose to look deeper within to see how much more precious I am. I am joyous to have been found out – it is awesome to be out in the open again. I’m forever grateful.

451 thoughts on “Being Found Out: Online Presentations Opened Me To The Preciousness I Am

  1. A great point Elizabeth… “When energetic truth is expressed it is complete. Where lies and accusations are applied in an area of life, they have to be fed with more in order to get the attention they crave in the first place”. Absolute truth is complete, can be felt in the body and needs no explanation or justification. Lies require ongoing justification and feeding as they are forever working against truth, which is eternal. If the lies stop being fed, which means they have to continue to grow, morph and change, the truth soon catches up with them and exposes the fact.

  2. ‘It is far more delicious to live with love and joy every day than to live in the misery of denial’. I will seconded that for eternity, to live in denial is to not live at all. To live with love and joy is to expand beyond our physical body back to the love we are all from.

  3. Becoming energetically aware allows us to open up and look at our life, the way we are living and the effect our choices have on our body. Feeling and listening to what is true from within allows us to connect to our natural delicateness and begin to truly value and care for ourselves and this naturally expands into the quality of our relationships and the way in which we connect and interact with others.

  4. How cool that you weren’t lured into yet another spiritual trap that promised something untrue. For you to find yourself and simply be given a little reminder and nudge to realise that you already are enough and are fully equipped to be the whole person you are is pretty special, and at the same time ordinary! What if there was nothing to it, what if we have all that we need already and all the other ideals and beliefs we’ve bought into about needing to be a certain way are actually all lies?

  5. “Take it from me as one human being to another – it is far more delicious to live with love and joy every day than to live in the misery of denial.”
    Words to which there is a humbleness and strength beyond this world if they are but appreciated with the love and integrity in which they were written.

  6. I love how you have written about Serge, Elizabeth. Indeed, Serge’s playfulness and presentations are a gift to humanity. Listening to him is like listening to an old friend talk about the Universe and all the love they have felt is on offer. The stories of his past and the ‘how to’s’ to change the way he was living has been completely life changing for me and many others I know.

  7. Your joy is palpable Elizabeth; “it is far more delicious to live with love and joy every day than to live in the misery of denial.” There are not many who would admit to the misery their lives are from not living the true them, but you have shown how it is possible and we can then begin to entertain the idea.

  8. That’s beautiful Elizabeth… being ‘found out’ for expressing your truth and knowing who you are is the best kind of ‘finding’ there is. Thanks to Serge Benhayon and the whole Benhayon family, I can relate very much to what you have shared.

  9. It’s funny that often we keep the most amazing qualities we have a secret and hide them from the world. I know I’ve done this most of my life, and it feels so ridiculously good to stop hiding who I am and just let that natural amazingness out.

  10. Hiding who we are causes so much pain in the body and as you rightly say at the start of your blog – a tension which underpins everything. “my choice is simple: to keep loving and adoring the preciousness I am, which in truth we all are” There is no reason to hide who we are and we have to value it regardless of the feedback we get from the outer world. Then at least we deal with the inner tension of not living all of us, all of the time.

  11. It is amazing to see what we carry in this world and where it comes from. I grew up thinking I was always wrong or trying not to be wrong and so the version I gave to the world was less then who I truly was. I walked the world looking to always do or say the right thing and more often then not there was always something wrong about it. I spent my life trying to build the ‘right’ facade, an outer shell to keep everything and everyone happy. While all along inside of me I was feeling less understood, fearful, confused and always regretful. Enter Serge Benhayon to lead a different way and bring a clear living meaning to care and love, a truthful meaning. He need not say anything because how he was moving and living was saying it all, to everyone. The words he spoke made sense and bought together a world that was fractured apart in pieces. I am working through the facade to allow more of what’s naturally inside out but this isn’t watched by right and wrong, it’s lived, moved with and breathed deep. We can live in circles or we can choose stand and watch what the circles are saying.

  12. I love this Elizabeth..it is so much more joyful and expansive and liberating to live as who we truly are than to live as you say, ‘in the misery of denial’. Denying who we truly are also takes a lot of effort that is completely draining. When we give ourselves permission to just ‘be’, knowing and accepting that there is no right or wrong, life becomes so much easier and starts to flow again.

  13. I live in a place where hiding is made to be glorious and grand. Being found out is accepted by some, but never wanting to be found out is the norm. Like yourself, one year I came across Serge Benhayon’s teachings, my experience was through his books, and travelled alone to Vietnam to meet him and many others for the very first time, that was 5 years ago. Initially I could not hold back sharing everything that I began feeling, but I also got doubtful when people I knew and didn’t know started questioning and bullying me in what I was sharing. In these 5 years, I have been learning to observe in which areas I am still ambivalent in sharing myself truthfully, and in every area I commit back to expressing this honesty. Gradually, I am observing changes around me. A few years ago it would be blasphemy to share ourselves other than to a few close family members or partner, but our openness to people has grown, this is felt and seen in life in general. So Elizabeth, your choice to being found out, I must express my thank you to you.

    1. So true Adele, in fact we need to be found out, as, although we have collectively agreed to not do so, it is the only way to free all people form the misery they all have chosen to live because of this agreement. To stay at this arrangement will not serve humanity in any way, shape or form, while opening up in full to who we naturally are will serve us all in our return to a way of living that is honorable to who we truly are and the way we have all to go anyway.

  14. I completely understand what you’ve shared Elizabeth, I had the same experience through attending sessions and then workshops with Serge Benhayon. I developed a relationship with how I felt in my own body that allowed me to discern truth from what was not. This has been my saving grace ever since and I would not give up that ability for anything in life. Having enough clarity in my body and mind (they go together) is a blessing I could never have imagined would be the foundation for a life of love, integrity and enormous joy.

  15. Well said Elizabeth. I have exactly the same experience as you in that through Serge Benhayon being himself I rediscovered ME – myself and my truth. At essence there is only one truth so when Serge speaks truth from his essence and I am connected to mine it is the same truth and there is no doubt only absolute knowing and joy. I too am forever grateful and the only way to express that is to be and live the same truth myself.

  16. Elizabeth your deep appreciation of Serge Benhayon is beautiful to read, what Serge presents on energetic truth is life changing and supports us to build a loving foundation for ourselves that has a powerful flow on effect to all areas of our lives.

  17. It only needs one to have the courage to stand for the truth and many will follow by example and inspiration to reconnect to that same truth that binds us all. Thank you Serge Benhayon for being this one person as with living this truth with whole your being many are reawakening and are resurrecting the Son of God.

  18. How deeply your words on this blog have resonated with me Elizabeth and this sentence in particular has brought me to a stop in order to really appreciate how this theme was running so strongly through most of my life and how much this has changed since attending presentations with Serge Benhayon.
    “I always thought there was something wrong or something awful about me that lived inside me: because the outer world made me feel as if I never measured up, and because no matter what I was doing, it never was enough”.

  19. “I always thought there was something wrong or something awful about me that lived inside me: because the outer world made me feel as if I never measured up, and because no matter what I was doing, it never was enough.” How true this must be for many people Elizabeth. I recently became aware of the same feeling in myself, the worry I have carried for years of being found about as not enough or that something about me should be hidden – when all along who we naturally are is all that needs to be found and let out.

  20. How refreshing how freeing it is to be found out! We can spend life times hiding and by putting ourselves out there, open and honest willing to be found out is the only way we evolve. Thank you for sharing Elizabeth.

    1. Be willing to be found out, no longer hiding away that is awesome, that is what supports us to evolve as we let go of what does not belong to us.

  21. Your trust in following your impulses and what is true for you is very inspiring, Elizabeth You show that though we may need a reflection that ability is within us all and we, ourselves, are our own fulfillment and not an external source.

  22. The willingness to be ‘found out’ is the opposite of what most live as they seek security, avoiding to be hurt or questioned or exposed living less than they are; basically we hold on to our hurts and protections, making that the priority instead of admitting the hurts and protection but seeking healing and growth. To be ‘found out’ is exposing and challenging but also liberating and empowering, something we all will need to choose and do one day as it is inevitable that we heal and return to living our true self.

  23. How great that you came to understand that, ‘ the outer world made me feel as if I never measured up, and because no matter what I was doing, it never was enough,’ that this was not true, it was just a trap to keep you small, where as you found out in truth you are gorgeous.

  24. What a joy to read your blog today Elizabeth. I deeply appreciate you sharing your experiences and your wisdom; I resonated with so much of what you have expressed.

  25. I would still rate lack of self worth as one of our greatest illnesses as a society – responsible for so much anxiety and desperation to crave for a life that is different to the one we already have.

  26. Lack of self worth is huge in society, ‘like many others, I started searching for something, anything to feel loved in some way – through recognition, basically. Yet that still didn’t fill the hole inside, that empty pit that kept pushing and pulling at me.’ It doesn’t fill the emptiness because we are looking in the wrong place, what we have been searching for all along is inside us, ‘I found what I have been searching for – ME – and now my choice is simple: to keep loving and adoring the preciousness I am, which in truth we all are.’

  27. This is so beautiful to read. I grew up greatly puzzled because I couldn’t equate not being seen and the grandness I felt inside – though I’ve tried my hardest to deny this grandness in an effort to fit in which wasn’t a wise choice as I felt even more deceitful trying to fit in when deep down I knew I was lying to myself. Now it’s about connecting with my essence and dropping the lies I built up that I am in someway fundamentally flawed!

  28. The problem is that most of my life I have known what is true but I have allowed doubts to come in because we have to live in a world without truth, where everything is basically one lie built upon another. To live in this world I would sell out what I knew to be true but would then justify to myself that it wasn’t black and white, that there was no real clarity etc. and that the lie might be true. Through Universal Medicine’s teachings I have come to learn how to discern the truth from the lies and to understand where the doubts come from and why they come. In fact I understand the whole thing and my role in it.

  29. I love what you say about questions, Elizabeth, and it is actually very confirming of what I have been feeling lately. I am a student of my inner-heart, through which I have access to everything, yet sometimes I feel as though I am not really giving this a full go, but instead wanting to ask someone to get to the answer, and the way the questions come feels like I am giving my power away.

  30. Many of us will be aware of the idea of filtering what we say and do for many different reasons, the most prolific one I would suggest is wanting to fit in with the larger group and fearing being excluded. I have been pondering this in my own life and I have a new found appreciation for what I do live, and how I live. And yes I have been inspired by Serge Benhayon. There have been times when I have spoken my truth and this I am learning to do so with more love everyday, this has been from learning to express with love and not a reaction. So often we fear speaking about who we feel (our truth) but it is liberating, it is essential what we find a way of doing so, otherwise your bodies let us know that they have felt this contraction and playing small and hiding is not the answer.

  31. The discovery of this absolute solidness of a deep love that resides within each of us is the most beautiful Blessing and it has been re-connected to through the reflection of one man living in a way that is open to all to see. Having all the patterns, beliefs, ideals and pictures exposed that have kept this hidden is the greatest gift. The truth that you have discovered Elizabeth resides within all of us and it is powerful to observe how it has been confirmed by your own deepening and will continue to hold you – thank you for this honest and loving sharing.

  32. There is something infinitely beautiful about discovering that what we feel on the inside, deep down, is true and part of something beyond grand. I understand your tribute to Serge Benhayon, he is living proof that truth, integrity and love when truly lived, inspires others to live from the same.

  33. This is gorgeous to feel Elizabeth. “I found what I have been searching for – ME – and now my choice is simple: to keep loving and adoring the preciousness I am, which in truth we all are.” How true.

    1. The feeling of finding ourselves is just amazing, there is a purpose to life and and true connection to love. This is my experience on my journey to finding my self thanks to the reflection of the Benhayon family.

  34. Yes indeed Elizabeth, I lived in fear of expressing what I really felt. Bad things seemed to happen to those that stuck their neck out such as public ridicule and often bullying too. It is thanks to Serge Benhayon that I now am willing to express what I know to be true and not worry about any reactions that it might cause. It is people like me that didn’t express truth that made the world the rotten and corrupt place it is. That would apply to just about everyone.

  35. If we are found out it is only because we have found out what is true and this bother some people who knows that this is in fact what has happened but have made a clear choice to live in the dark.

  36. “I pretended everything was alright, because it was easier than being honest with myself.” I can relate to this feeling too Elizabeth, however my body kept communicating with me that something was amiss to the extent that I had to listen to what it was telling me, the impact my lifestyle choices were truly having on my body, and how naturally delicate and precious we really are within.

  37. This is beautiful Elizabeth, for there is a similar essence that holds that same beauty and preciousness within each and everyone of us that simply needs to be connected to.

  38. Some people have been searching a lot of different things. Most of them on the outside. Thanks to Universal Medicine, they have found what they were searching for. They have also found THEM. And, this has been life changing.

    1. Yes agree Eduardo and that searching is endless as we can never be filled by anything from the outside that lasts, there will always be that unease that something is missing, the key ingredient is US.

  39. “it is far more delicious to live with love and joy every day than to live in the misery of denial.” This is so true, by connecting to oneself allowing the joy from with in to flourish out is a better way to live than live a life in the misery of denial.

  40. Starting to do “the work” is a brave step and all the forces of creation line up to feed you doubts and to use your nearest and dearest to attack you, but this has always been thus and perhaps will be for time to come. Once we understand the whole picture these forces become as water off a duck’s back that is they can only affect us if we so allow them to do. Who we really are is much stronger than all of the forces of creation combined.

  41. One man expressing from his inner heart can bring so much change to other people’s lives… wow imagine what we are all capable of when we all choose to express this way too!

  42. I can relate to the feeling like you are wrong or that you will say the wrong thing and so you wouldn’t say anything at all. I would go away and try my best to polish it up and make sure it was perfect before I said it. If you did say anything you would take away all the feedback and attempt to make what you said better before. The focus was mostly on being a nice person and not doing anything wrong. All this was extremely demanding on yourself and I was constantly alert to try and not do the wrong thing. If you perceived you had done something wrong then your thoughts would turn around on you and after a period of saying how bad you were you were then allowed out again. Who would have known that there is actually a way you can live and support yourself that virtually guarantees what comes out of your mouth will support everyone. What if I said what ever you do and how you are with yourself directly effects everything you touch there after. This is how it is, take a consistent true deep care of yourself and everything there after is held in the same care and this, is actually nature.

  43. Someone claiming their way back to their truth, love that you got in that plane….you went on feeling, what was true for you. and through doing that I can feel in this blog there is a return to the truth within you. This is Universal Medicine does offer a huge inspiration for anyone interested in mastering their life and considering that we are here for more purpose than just our selfish endeavours.

  44. Whether we admit it or not there is a connection we have to one another that is beyond the physical. That connection can be felt across the world, even to someone you have never met. Wonderful story.

  45. We are all of this quality…”I am this gorgeous, precious human being in a female body…” we just do not grow up being supported to stay with it, we can however come back to it. Why not celebrate who we are, why is it okay to function and not flourish…I say flourish!

  46. I can feel the celebrations in Heaven as another of God’s children finds that connection to their innate glory within. Awesome.

  47. ” it is far more delicious to live with love and joy every day than to live in the misery of denial.”
    I agree wholeheartedly with this statement. The misery of not wanting to acknowledge how we are truly feeling and why, is the precursor to dementia and many other illnesses. Essentially the misery we live, becomes even greater as our health deteriorates.

  48. Being seen for who we truly are without the need for protection, identities and the like allows us to be transparent and from this new level of transparency we begin to unlock what really makes us tick and our relationships begin to reflect our changes too.

  49. I love the fact that you chose to listen to Serge’s audios for a year so that you could discern for yourself what was what. So often we rush into things without discerning whether something is true or not. When we don’t discern we disempower ourselves.

  50. It is so beautiful how Serge Benhayon and his family have shared their living experience so many of us that we have been have to get what it is truly like to live in connection, love and joy. It is this reflection that supported me to look at how I was living, and since have been able to bring more connection, love and joy into my life.

  51. I love how you express your ‘coming home’ and connection to the truth within you Elizabeth, truth does have a resounding yes within the body. This has also been my experience.
    “This time when I filtered what was expressed, I found I had the answers to my own questions, as Serge spoke the truth from within, which connected me to my inner self, where we are the same.”

  52. Elizabeth this is a beautiful blog straight from your heart. Serge Benhayon has been the deepest inspiration to so many people as he shows another way of living through his lived example. My life has been deeply touched and in the grace of Serge I too have come to know myself. And as you say, Elizabeth ‘and now my choice is simple: to keep loving and adoring the preciousness I am, which in truth we all are…’ In this we may inspire others too.

  53. I love your blog Elizabeth and your unfolding path of coming to Universal Medicine and the decision to travel to Australia to meet him, it is amazing how we all have our own stories to share, each having a knowing that there is something very different that we can feel throughout our body, it is not a mind driven decision but is felt deep within.

  54. Elizabeth reading this is opening my awareness to a layer of giving my power away to another/external authority. The question that I feel to ask is: “who am I truly having a relationship with? Is it my connection to myself, my own knowing, my diviness and worthiness? Or is it a relationship to an external source”? I can feel how I have allowed this thinking of others opinions and what they say has lead me on a merry choose-chase to absolutely nowhere, where there is no love or harmony and takes me out of feeling what is true for me.

  55. What you offer Elizabeth is a key to deconstructing the self-limiting thoughts that hold us back because we might think it safer. There is no such thing as safety I’ve discovered there are limitations, security, control all coming from fear. There is no space for love, joy, harmony and energetic truth when contracted into a safe way of being. I truly appreciate how you share being willing to be ‘found out’, a choice we can make at anytime to come out in the loveliness of our own fullness, with out fear.

  56. I agree absolutely Elizabeth when Serge Benhayon shares anything it is offered in the way that allows us to choose for ourselves what is true and not true.

  57. Wow, Elizabeth, when I read your article, my whole body fired up with the same feelings stirred from childhood that I had long forgotten that I might be found out too. My body recalled the many times of not fitting in and pretending all was well, not speaking out and feeling that empty hole within. I have been expressing a lot more now but was unaware that emptiness still existed, because now it can simply be filled with the love and joy I know from my inner heart where we are all connected to. Your expression has allowed a great release within me to support a deeper connection, thank you so much.

  58. The beauty and wonder of reconnecting to the preciousness we are is an absolute gift of many life times. Serge Benhayon simple offers insights into how it is we can re-connect, re-claim and live these qualities in full for ourselves and where the traps are that we might choose that cause a disconnect.

  59. It feels truly good to be transparent with yourself and another, to not hide but break open all that is not okay. To stand for yourself in your own power of what you know to be true – without convincing, but letting yourself be and be enough. This is something I am now learning. Taking responsibility for my own life.

  60. We often do get the opportunity to feel how precious and sensitive we are. When someone comes along who speaks of these innate qualities and values them to the core it is than that we can stop to feel that we are much more than we are led to believe. Thank you for a wonderful blog Elizabeth and thank you Serge Benhayon.

  61. Listening to our heart is key to feeling the truth and love we naturally hold within and being able to reconnect back to the preciousness we felt as a child.

  62. The power of what Serge Benhayon presents is that even without seeing him in person, and just listening through audio or reading a book, your life can be transformed.

  63. I like that ‘ i applaud you standing out in truth’.
    Serge for sure does.
    And he supports us with his amazing teachings And the way he lives to live that way too.
    Not a truth from speaking and fighting against, but by Living a loving life expressed from the body.

  64. ” At the retreat Serge expressed how he had begun by connecting to himself, his true self, and how he was now sharing with whoever felt to hear what he had to say. Whether they felt it was their truth or not, well, that was fine with him. There was no judgement, no expectation, nothing… just his truth, and how refreshing that was to hear.” This is so beautiful and describes beautifully how the retreat was presented : for I too flew nearly have ways around the world from Ireland to be at that retreat.

  65. This shows how conditioned we are to hold back and hide our delicateness and tenderness as if there is something wrong with us, and reading this reminded me of how I would be embarrassed in public to show how gentle I could be as if it was something I should hide.

  66. I love what you are sharing here Elisabeth and I thank you for it. It is very refreshing to read your words and feel the simplicity and calmness life so easily can be.

  67. What is oh so gorgeous about living love in your life is that love truly does unite us all! No matter where in the world we are from love is one constant language everyone innately knows simply because we can all feel it.

  68. The more we look outside ourselves for recognition and external reward the emptier in the inside we will feel – which in turn only serves to feed and perpetuate the cycle of emptiness all the more.

  69. “Take it from me as one human being to another – it is far more delicious to live with love and joy every day than to live in the misery of denial.” I absolutely agree, I love living in joy.

  70. I can remember the first time I decided to go to a presentation by Serge Benhayon, just how much I already knew, but had not honoured. You see, I ‘fell’ and almost twisted my ankle, yet I knew I had been pushed by an energy not wanting me to attend and I strongly stated that no matter what is thrown at me, I was going. How is it that we just know such things, and also how is it that we know how to offset them? But we do, because we already know ourselves, we just have a body full of the many things that we are not, because we have let that be our way that has to clear, release and realign to again live what we already know.

  71. A beautiful way to be found out! I admire the fact that you were inspired to research Serge Benhayons online presentations and build your own feelings of the truth of where he was presenting from (the heart).

  72. How beautiful Elizabeth. I so relate to being brought up to feel there was something wrong with me and the absolute joy of finding my true, loving precious self, thanks to Serge Benhayon’s living ways and absolute commitment to love and truth.

  73. I have been found in. It is the most beautiful thing to be found and to find ourselves again and to discover we were always here within.

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