Keanu Reeves Once Said…

Keanu Charles Reeves was born on September 2, 1964. Keanu is a Canadian actor who’s been in many movies from Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure, The Devil’s Advocate, Matrix movies, John Wick movies and more.

If you have been brutally broken but still have the courage to be gentle to other living beings, then you’re a badass with a heart of an angel. – Keanu Reeves

I have used this quote before on my Facebook, probably more than once because I indeed have been brutally broken, multiple times more than I like to admit. However I do feel I have displayed a lot of courage to keep reinventing myself and I’m nice to people because I want that for myself. I am nice especially to living beings because that’s the way I was taught to be. Treat others as you wish to be treated, including feathered, furry, scaled or otherwise.

Energy can’t be created or destroyed, and energy flows. It must be in a direction, with some kind of internal, emotive, spiritual direction. It must

Energy is in every living thing, plants, animals, water, fire, you and me and our energy doesn’t just get killed when our bodies die, it goes on. This makes energy which is inside of us and transforms or motivates to a spiritual path that we are all apart of. The more you connect with the energy of something else the more you can feel and I am very in tuned with others energies.

Grief changes shape. But it never ends. People have a misconception that you can deal with it and say it’s gone and I’m better. They’re wrong.

I know from experience for this to be true. It doesn’t go away as much as people would love for it to. We have to learn to grieve on our own and need to find what works best for us. Sometimes we need help with grief and so we rely on a friend, a loved one and someone else that knew or knows something about what we’re trying to grieve. And it’s not just people and animals that we grieve but we grieve losing things, our jobs, our material things but the most common is living things which are the hardest to process. It has taken several books, therapy, medications, support groups and DBT to help me process the trauma and grief in my life. I remember and I know that it was a therapist that told me that one day I’d have to grieve myself and also the one that wronged me… I don’t grieve him, I loathe him with every fiber of my being so I suppose I’m processing it in my own way. That is what trauma and abuse do to someone and the affects can last for the rest of their lives.