A Song About Your Best Self

24 May

Your Former Self? Your Future Self?

Or, are you there?

Your Current Self?

Have you actionably pick-axed your hard pan Inner & Elusive Clay over the years of your process, continually amended the soil of you, and now naturally create from YOUR Place of Creation?

Hope Need Not Be a Narcotic,

Faith In Self Is More Actionable

My hope is you have, or are in your Current Self, and/or always doing so for your Future Self now in the perpetual present. Heck, if not now, when? What are you going to do with all this future you have?

For Memorial Day tomorrow, I offer my deep condolences to you for your former Self and Selves iterating back through time. May their memories be Pansy dead-headed blessings dropped at your feet that nourish your Self’s Garden’s potency now.

And, I offer a Mexican soccer announcer’s GOLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL level gratitude to you for you Being you. I’d add an explanation point, though WordPress only allowS so many — well, not really, though haven;t we fooled ourselves with other peoples’ rules so many too many time?

And, the announcer above aptly took every single one of those explanation points I had available, and just put it in his GOOOLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL action without using a single one. He’s strikingly effective in his actions that way..

How verdant and viscerally-with ablution-tingles vibrant can you be today In the rockin’ Garden of You?

My you find your Natural clariy of voice as if you were in the wild, as if your life depended on it, AND have developed it to be refined at one and the same time.

What’s Your Geode of Expression?

Moira’s Blessings,


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5 responses to “A Song About Your Best Self

  1. Timothy Price

    May 24, 2020 at 9:08 pm

    I have to say I’ve never thought about using Memorial Day to say condolences to my former selves. I wish I had the strength and conditioning of my former selves, but I have to give thanks for being alive and use what strength I have today to carry on and try to make my little piece of the universe better for my wife, my daughter, my kitties, my birds, my staff, my friends, my blog followers, etc. Whatever little bit I can do to make the earth as it is in Heaven.

    • Jordan Hoggard

      May 24, 2020 at 9:41 pm

      What a wonderfully emotionally full statement, Timothy. I resonate beyond honored at your passionate, seated, expression. Well said about stepping into something you’ve never done before, and steeping with zeal and clarity. I appreciate how you just site read your track with the sovereignty of a cornerstone that supports all the things that comprise a building, the building that is your family.

      • Timothy Price

        May 24, 2020 at 10:57 pm

        It’s nice to have different perspectives to make us reflect about things we otherwise would never think about. We all have our unique ways of thinking which I learn so much from.

        • Jordan Hoggard

          May 24, 2020 at 11:12 pm

          Me as well. Thank you. There’s the all similar, each unique,=. And, the we’re all different, like everyone else. And then, there’s this, where we actually do it. I’m grateful for your perspective.

          I learn so much from these interchanges as well.

    • Jordan Hoggard

      May 24, 2020 at 10:51 pm

      Upon further reflection, Timothy, I hadn’t, either. Something about today, though, took the “those who have died for us” concept to something more personal.

      Good distinction you made.


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