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I spoke at an event for young people. Teenagers. I got on stage, shaking a little, but duty-bound to tell them about vulnerability and trust: the two most important ingredients on the path to figuring out who they might really be (and how who they are at their core is the answer to every question […]

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I was in a relationship with someone who told me once that there is a “beautiful seriousness” to me.  It (kind of) sounds like a compliment, I know, but… wasn’t.  The subtext was that I was too serious — too hard to play with. Hearing this — and being the subject of a judgement that “light” […]

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Let’s just call him Peter. I was twenty-one, playing at an open mic near the town where I was attending University.  I was woefully unprepared to play my set — I hadn’t even tuned my guitar.  The coffee shop was still filling, and I asked the open mic organizer if he had a tuner.  He […]

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There is a moment — it will happen in the grocery store, between the dry roasted peanuts and the nail polish.  The neon lights will be no brighter than they were a moment ago, but your eyes have softened. For a moment, everyone is beautiful.  The way they always are: eighty-eight with varicose veins, or […]

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I have long believed that relationship of any kind is a sacred path, a spiritual practice.  In relationships, we see what is truest about ourselves.  It’s sometimes really uncomfortable until we begin to recognize that the Ugly is really just the Wounded, and the Wounded needs really only one thing to be healed: Love.  Love […]

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