A New Story

Take a breath and release what is causing your mind to suffer. Tell yourself a new story. We consciously or unconsciously tell ourselves stories that cause us to suffer or celebrate, to live in lack or abundance, to love or fear, and to embrace peace or separation within our own minds. It doesn’t matter what stories other people are telling themselves, we are only ever responsible and accountable for our own stories. What do you want yours to be for this moment?

When we keep the question in the present moment, we get the opportunity to make the unconscious—conscious. We allow ourselves to see the stories we are telling ourselves in this moment, and we give ourselves the freedom to change any part of the story that is not serving our highest good—If that is what we CHOOSE to do.

Circumstances don’t have to change in order for us to change our story. Here’s an example, my car window fell off it’s track or broke in some way. I told myself a story that was causing me to suffer. Then I stopped, took a breath, and told myself a new story that helped me to exhale with a feeling of peace and abundance. My window is still broken. I still have to figure out how to get it fixed, but I’m no longer suffering in my story of it.

I love that I was able to see the story I was telling myself and how I could let the story spin out of control if I let it go unnoticed. I love knowing I don’t have to tell myself ANY story that is causing me to suffer if I don’t want to. That FEELS like a beautiful miracle to me since I once believed that I had NO CHOICE. I felt doomed to live a life of suffering. I love that I was wrong!

With Love and Gratitude,

©Rachael Wolff 2021, Author of Letters from a Better Me available in audiobook, ebook, and paperback — Click title to learn more

In Case You Missed It: Here’s What’s been Going on

In case you missed what’s been going on, here’s what I’ve been doing…

365-Day Daily Aligning with Love, Abundance, and Peace

On FromALovingPlace.com, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn I’ve spent the last 365 days focusing my energy on daily aligning with love, abundance, and peace. It has been an amazing journey, and the shifts in my life have been incredibly rewarding along the way. If you would like to see where the journey takes you, you can search “Daily Aligning with Love, Abundance, and Peace” on home page—Click here for category search. You can also find them all on Twitter, Facebook.com/LettersfromabetterMe, or LinkedIn.

Facebook.com/FromALovingPlace

This is my on-going project of contributing to Love on social media. The Facebook page now has over 9.6K followers and growing daily. I love being a part of spreading love on social media.

YouTube Channel

I have some videos available here (click to go to channel) and will keep posting when I feel inspired. You can also search “Letters from a Better Me” on YouTube. Here is one of the videos I created:

Beyond Talking Points Interview (July 12, 2021)

Polly Campbell, Simply Said Podcast Interview Episode 113 (May 18, 2021)

Nita Sweeney Author Interview (April 2021)

https://nitasweeney.com/2021/04/author-interview-rachael-wolff/

Heart Wisdom for Challenging Times (March 2021)

Postcards from the Universe with Melisa Caprio (Dec 2020)

Here are a couple of listening options:

See More here: https://fromalovingplace.com/2020/05/11/the-ongoing-journey-of-letters-from-a-better-me/

If you want to make sure to stay in the loop…Follow Along:

With Love and Gratitude,

Rachael Wolff

Beyond Talking point author Interview with Rachael Wolff

Bridgitte Jackson-Buckley, owner of Little Visioneers bookstore, asked me to be her special guest on her Beyond Talking Points video podcast series. I was so grateful for the opportunity to have this important conversation about forgiveness and so much more.

Beyond Talking Points: Forgiveness and Affirmative Letter Writing with Author Rachael Wolff

You can also find the interview at: https://www.littlevisioneers.com/podcast

We had such a beautiful conversation! I hope you enjoy!

With Love and Gratitude,

Rachael Wolff, Author of Letters from a Better Me available in audiobook, ebook, and paperback

Daily Aligning with Love, Abundance, and Peace #273

I’m grateful for how perspectives change, shift, and expand.  The best thing I ever did for myself and my mental health is to understand that my thoughts, beliefs, and ideas are just perspectives. They are my perspectives and seeing them as perspectives gives me space to see and listen to other people’s perspectives with an open mind. I am open to see if my perspectives are serving the highest good or if they are keeping me prisoner to chaos and drama. If I get too involved in my story, I just want to be right.  Insisting on being right isn’t love, so if I want to be living from a loving place, I have to question perspectives that go against what love is. This is why I love how perspectives change, shift, and expand, because there is always a different way to perceive something. If the way I’m choosing to perceive what is going on isn’t serving me, I don’t HAVE to look at it the way I’m choosing to. If something isn’t serving me, it’s not serving the highest good for others, because LOVE always serves the highest good, and what isn’t LOVE doesn’t serve me. 

Confusing love with other things doesn’t serve me either, which is why I have the definition of love posted multiple places around me. If you’ve been following this blog or this series, I talk about the definition a lot, because having that definition at the core helps me decide when I’m thinking, acting, writing, and speaking from a loving place and when I’m not. Reading so many books truly helps me keep my mind open to all kinds of perspectives. I’m amazed in the interesting ways others see and live in the world. Other people’s experiences help me to gain clarity on what it is I want for my own life. I don’t have to agree, like, or want something for my life, and I still can connect with someone in the energy of love, abundance, and peace. Some of these actually help me to really expand my perspectives in ways I never thought about before.

Today, I commit to appreciating changing, shifting, and expanding perspectives.  I’m so grateful to get the opportunity to explore different perspectives. I’ve watched so many of my perspectives change, shift and expand over the last four decades. When things are going well, I’ve learned to read a lot books. These are the times where I feel REALLY open to be inspired. Then there are those times that are a lot more challenging.  I’ve noticed some things to help me there too.

I can still CHOOSE to be moody, grumpy, edgy, etc. Those times give me the opportunity to look within and see what isn’t working in my thinking and believing. I know when I’m tired; I don’t always make the best choices in my perspectives. I can get defensive quickly. If I add hungry to that, watch out.  Hunger feeds my story. Knowing these things keeps me open to tips on how to make sure I get enough sleep and eat regularly. When I’m feeling hormonal, which I have learned to spot, I know that is another time I’m going to be more apt for my perspectives to lean towards a story that provides a little more chaos, so I really do my best to repeat, “How is this story serving me?” That question is a reminder that I’m choosing perspectives that are keeping me in the energy of fear, lack, and separation. I have found that physical movement like stretching, dancing, cardio exercise, and other physical excursion can definitely help me re-align my perspectives. When I do that, I’m open to change, shift, and expand in a way that is serving the highest good. The movement is LITERALLY moving around blocked energy, and give me space to take my focus away from my story.

BREATHING is a really powerful tool and so under appreciated. Simply paying attention to my breath helps ground me in what I’m feeling, which helps separate painful feelings from the energy of fear, lack, and separation. When I can do this, I simply look at the feeling and imagine that feeling is being embraced by angel wings (which is for me means love), then I breathe through it. Once I see and hold the feeling with clarity, I can release it. I know if it worked by watching how my perspectives shift.

Today, I’m definitely celebrating my ability to appreciate this, because it changed my life. It continues to change my life daily!

With Love, Abundance, and Peace,

©Rachael Wolff 2021

Author of Letters from a Better Me: How Becoming an Empowered Woman Transforms the World -Find a list of on-line book retailers by clicking the title. It’s available in audio, ebook, and paperback.

Daily Aligning with Love, Abundance, and Peace #250

I’m grateful for ALL my experiences. I can say that with utmost confidence. I am grateful for it ALL. There were some experiences that I didn’t think I would make it through. At the time, there we some I wished I didn’t make it through. There were some I saw as bad, but now I see them as my greatest teachers. I’ve been hurt and I’ve hurt others. I’ve felt fear, lack, separation, grief, rage, anger, shame, frustration, and despair. I’ve also felt love, abundance, peace, happiness, joy, compassion, empathy, forgiveness, and AWE. Each experience teaches me more about what it means to be alive.

People tell me things they can’t do because they have had different experiences. They have told me how they can’t forgive, they can’t live from a loving place, they can’t be grateful, and on and on. My experiences tell me I can forgive, I can live from a loving place, and I can be grateful for it all. What happened in my past doesn’t HAVE to weigh me down in this moment or any future moments if I CHOOSE for it not to. Just like others will make their choice to stay in the energy of fear, lack, and separation, I will choose to rise up in the energy of love, abundance, and peace. I’m no better or less than any other human, I’m just making a choice that is best for me. I will not be the prisoner of my story by holding on to the fear, lack, and separation.

None of us are perfect people with perfect lives. Our experiences allow us to feel all the emotions that are available to us. Knowing these emotions is a connection to our souls and the souls of every person on this planet. When we get beyond our STORIES, we can be present to all the feelings that come with being alive. We can connect to ourselves and others on a much deeper level—the soul level. When we get to experience each other’s souls, no distance and time exists. We become one, the way we were meant to be.

All my experiences helped me find my path home to the soul. My life is filled beyond measure with levels of love, abundance, and peace in the knowing that I can be free as long as I keep choosing to be free. No matter where I live, what I do, what is done to me, no one can ever tell me what I can and cannot be on a SOUL level. My soul is my power source.

I’m grateful for all the humans who have mastered this. If we look throughout history we can find many stories of individuals who managed to live fully and with purpose despite being tortured, raped, starved, and shoved down time and time again. In my studies, I’ve found one common thread through it all, and that is love. Love is the soul’s language. When we want to connect to the soul and to the soul of another, we have to first EXPERIENCE love fully within ourselves. If we don’t, it’s tainted. We will get back what we put out. All the unhealed parts of us will be reflected back to us in others. For me, that in itself was enough reason for me to do the work to get to the place where I let go of the trauma in my stories and transmute them into the energy of love and connection.

Today, I commit to being in gratitude for ALL my experiences. Some experiences are easy to say I’m grateful for and others take work. Sometimes it takes writing letters of forgiveness to myself and others. Sometimes it takes really investigating how I keep my stories of experiences alive. There are times I need help from friends and/or professionals. Whatever the case may be, it’s always worth the work to let go of stories of the past that are keeping me in the energy of fear, lack, and separation. I can’t do that if I’m not willing to look at the experiences life has offered me with a new perspective lens.

Being grateful for all my experiences has helped me to see the the power of the stories we tell ourselves. I’ve seen how they can help and/or destroy relationships with others. I’ve seen how they can encourage or diminish goals and dreams. Whatever we convince ourselves IS, so it is so important to be conscious of the stories we are telling ourselves about our experiences. How I see my own experiences is mine. It doesn’t matter how others view them. I’ve got a couple in your face lessons about this. First was as a rape survivor when people would tell me how I was going to feel and carry my experience with me. If I listened to them, I would still be living as an active victim today. I also got to look at it by living with a narcissist and watching how he used my story against me time after time. When I changed my story, I took his power over me away with it. That was an amazing experience of empowerment. I’m grateful for the experience of being in that relationship and the experience of growing out of that relationship. That is the power of inward journey to the soul. Both experiences empowered me in the best of ways, how can I not be grateful for them?

Do you still have stories that are keeping you prisoner? Do you want to find your freedom from them? If both answers are yes, you just took the first step. One of the things that helps me is to write out the stories I’m telling myself. I look at all the ways the story is keeping me aligned with fear, lack, and separation. Then I look at how holding onto the story is being reflected back to me with any existing chaos in my life. Then I start thinking about better and more productive stories that align me with the energy of love, abundance, and peace instead. The Universe starts working with me to help me release the old and bring in the new. People, books, articles, events, etc. all start showing up to help me find my path to freedom. It’s a process. For deeper wounds, this may take some time with some professional help. There may be some tapping, EMDR, cord-cutting meditations, amongst other things involved. The key is to show up and be open to what is revealed to help you heal and return to the energy of love, abundance, and peace.

With Love, Abundance, and Peace,

©Rachael Wolff 2021

Daily Aligning with Love, Abundance, and Peace #19

In order to align ourselves with love, abundance, and peace we have to stop taking what other people say and do personally. If their energy is aligned with fear, lack, and separation, that is what they will project onto whoever will listen and/or align with their energy. My mom has been telling me, “It’s none of your business what other people think of you” since I was thirteen years old. What people think of us and others is based on what beliefs (perspectives of truth) they are attaching to within themselves and the SAME is true for us. We have choices in how we respond to others through acquiring new ways to look at things and that is something to be VERY grateful for.

I have a choice to internalize what someone says, or I can be grateful that I can come up with other ways to look at it that trigger my compassion. The things I choose don’t have to be true for someone else, I’m only responsible and accountable for how my thoughts make me feel and what energy I project out. If it helps me feel better by not taking it personally and seeing other possibilities that help me to align me with love, abundance, and peace—I’m okay with that. I’m grateful for my choice Not to take others personally by seeing seeing these options in perspectives instead:

  • Others are only every projecting what is inside them.
  • Someone who says hurtful things to others is really saying those things to themselves (They are their own mirror).
  • Some people who are supporting abusive people or are abusive see abuse as normal, so they don’t even see what they or another person are doing doing as abusive. Possibly because they have been abusing themselves on an unconscious level or they have suppressed verbal, mental, emotional or physical abuse from someone else it’s not my job to CHANGE them, just be aware that I don’t have to align or agree with any energy I don’t want to be apart of and make the healthiest choice for me and my energy.

Today’s challenge is one I love doing as I scroll social media looking at posts and comments. I choose to see what anyone is saying and doing as a projection of what is going on inside of them.I love figuring out if a person is coming from a place of love, abundance, and peace OR fear, lack, and separation. Focusing my energy on seeing through this lens also helps me to look at what I’m saying and doing more clearly.

If someone in my family or any of my other relationships interacts with me in any other way than loving, respectful, and considerate, I take my ego out of it (making how they are acting about me), and try to ask questions that help me to see what is going on inside of them. I find questions are so much more productive than any statements I make, not saying I don’t do it sometimes (LOL). I find that making statements doesn’t tend to get me to the heart of the issue, and it also doesn’t help the person I care about figure out why they are projecting their energy of fear, lack, and separation onto me. I really hope you will try today’s challenge and see what a difference it makes in your energy. I get a natural high when I do it, which is how I know my energy is aligned with love, abundance, and peace.

With Love, Gratitude, and Peace,

©Rachael Wolff 2020

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Daily Aligning with Love, Abundance, and Peace #3

I’m so excited to be keeping my energy aligned, I know I need it. My head is so much clearer when I make sure I’m aligned. I have more energy, I eat better, I communicate better, and I serve better. Those are just a few of the benefits. If you missed the original post about these daily exercises, you can find it here.

What are you going to do today to align yourself with the energy of love, abundance, and peace instead of fear, lack, and separation? While you are sitting here reading this, If you are having a hard day, try thinking in as simple of terms as possible. It could be that there is a roof over your head, breathable air, comfortable shoes, etc. Make sure to write it down. It can be on your phone, in a notebook, to me, to a friend, etc.

Really commit to doing three things. They don’t even have to be big. I can be something like drinking 64oz of water, writing in a journal, eating healthy, exercises, taking a walk, reading (personal growth, spiritual, etc.) praying, meditating, watching an inspirational Ted Talk, dance, etc. Whatever it takes to move your energy in the direction of inner peace. Remember, we can’t project peace to our relationships or the world unless we are carrying it inside of us. One of our greatest challenges can be re-wiring how we treat ourselves, but nothing is going to change if we don’t. Make sure you are only saying kind and compassionate things to yourself.

With Love, Gratitude, and Peace,

©Rachael Wolff 2020

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Daily Aligning with love, Abundance, and Peace #2

Welcome to day 2 of the journey of daily alignment with the energy of love, abundance, and peace. This journey is about being responsible and accountable for the energy we are putting out in the world. You can start at any point you want. The important part is that we write it down and commit to becoming apart of the shift we want to see in the world. Each moment we choose to live in love, abundance, and peace OR fear, lack, and separation. Wherever we ALLOW our energy to be is what we project to the world. For more details about this journey you can find them here.

To align with abundance, we are focusing on the blessings in life. We each contribute beautiful qualities to the world that have the ability to make the world a better place. Today, the focus is on what three beautiful qualities we are so grateful we have to share with the world.

Maintaining our energy is a daily practice. If we want to be aligned with the energy of love, abundance, and peace, we have to commit to taking care of ourselves body, mind, and soul. Holding ourselves accountable for our self-care and self-love are two very important parts of brightening our own lights. The brighter we shine inside, the more light others will feel. It’s not about what we say, it’s about what we actually project out to the world in our thoughts, perspectives of truth (beliefs), actions, and reactions. We have to love and nurture ourselves, to be able shine love, abundance, and peace to the world.

With Love, Gratitude, and Peace,

©Rachael Wolff 2020

HATE is HATE. LOVE is LOVE!

I’ve been listening and observing to what is going on in me and the world around me. These are my perspectives on what I’m seeing. Hate, no matter where it is aimed, is still hate. I can see this in every area: race, gender, religion, intimate relationships, familial relationships, workplace, law enforcement, politics, economics, sexual preferences, community, the list goes on. Hate is hate! 

Hate divides, separates, and causes horrible devastation wherever it touches. Hate destroys the person who is feeling it too. Think of the way our bodies respond to hate in just one day. Now, imagine that hate festering inside you for months, decades, and centuries. When we project out hate, it often lands on the people closest to us. Hate destroys relationships, communities, countries, and the environment. 

Love is love. Love opens people’s ability to see a person behind the category or title (including ourselves). Love allows space for connection, compassion, and forgiveness. No group, category, or label own love. Love can be felt by any individual who is willing to be vulnerable enough to look in the mirror and embrace their own beautiful being. Love is the purest light within in our souls. The path to seeing love lies within us, and we only can project out unconditionally (which is the only authentic love) when we see and love ourselves. We have to know love from the inside in order to see and recognize it in someone else. Love is a gift that keeps on giving. We sabotage anything we don’t feel worthy of. We have to know we are WORTHY of love by giving it to ourselves. If we depend on the outside world to give us love, when that love goes wrong it can quickly turn to hate because that love isn’t coming from a solid foundation. Love is solid when it comes from within.

Hate suffocates love. When I see people lost in their hate, I feel for them. I have compassion for them. I pray for them. Their hate doesn’t dampen my love. If I feel like I am taking on their energy, I have to remember that I am responsible and accountable for the energy inside me. If I’m that person projecting hate, I pray for me, and feel compassion for me. If I don’t want hate inside me, I have to do the work to return my energy to love. That can mean:

  • Set healthy boundaries for myself
  • Stop watching, following, and engaging in things that trigger feelings of hate
  • Remove myself from a person’s life if their energy feels dangerous to my well-being
  • Seeking justice by reporting wrong-doing even if it is within a group I am connected with
  • Meditate more to restore my sense of calm
  • Write out my feelings fully to be able to see them and work through them
  • Find a professional or a HEALTHY person/group to talk to who will help me move away from the feelings of hate
  • Remove myself from groups that amplify the energy of hate
  • Find a physical outlet to work through hate and/or rage’s physical hold on my body (swimming, punching bags, trampoline, running, lifting weights, basketball, “Dammit dolls”, punching pillows, martial arts, etc.)
  • Take deep breaths in and fully release them, because we hold our breaths when our energy is tensed up. That is NOT good for our brain or body function.

If my energy is attached to the hate in anyway, it becomes my problem. It is my job to fix whatever is inside of me that is not aligned with how I want to be living. It is my responsibility ALONE to change the energy that is moving through me. My life and the lives of the people I love are going to be affected by the energy I’m carrying around with me.

Even with all I’m aware of, studied, observed and practiced, I’m not perfect. I still have to do the work and be reminded that I’m responsible and accountable for the energy that moves through me. I still have conversations with my kids that involve how they saw something I did or said differently than what was intended. That is within my own home!! Let that serve as a reminder. People will only ever see us through their perspectives of truth (beliefs). We will only ever see others through our perspectives of truth. The question is: How do you want to see yourself and the world around you? Choose perspectives of truth that define how you want to live your life. Love is a CHOICE! Hate is a CHOICE! If someone else chooses to hate, that is on them. I know their is a lot of love in the world. I want to amplify and align with that energy, because that CHOICE feels ABSOLUTELY AWESOME to me.

With Love, Compassion, and Gratitude, 

Rachael Wolff

Author of Letters from A Better Me: How Becoming an Empowered Woman Transforms the World
Available in audiobook, audio CD, ebook, and paperback
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Unity is in Our Humanity

Sometimes we just need to listen. When we see each other’s humanity, we stop hating what we don’t understand. We tell our stories from our own personal experiences. Each person’s story is important, because they are our truths. When we realize that a person is speaking based on their own personal truths, we understand that we didn’t live their experiences, so we may not have the same truths. It doesn’t make one more or less real than the other person’s truths. Our truths are all perspectives. We make them our reality by believing them. We can’t help others if we first don’t listen to the truths that they are believing about themselves and about others.

When we look deeper, we see beyond the categories and labels. We see the pain, joy, sadness, trauma, happiness, fear, and love within each other.

When we connect there, we unite.

We become vulnerable as the storytellers and as the listeners. We start healing, growing, and expanding. We see that each of us have the ability to change perspectives of truth, beliefs, and thoughts that are no longer working for the life we want for OURSELVES. We can’t change anyone else. We can make choices that will help us live better with ourselves and others. It’s all in how we decide to write and tell our stories.

Successful memoir writers and biographers are masterful at bringing us on a journey of connecting through story. Think of all the stories that have helped you connect to yourself and others. Right now there are so many people offering their stories on Facebook Lives amongst other venues.

I’ve learned so much about where individuals are and how they feel. I sometimes have to look past their rage, because that is the symptom of the pain that is so much deeper. Rage surfaces from unhealed parts of us that become triggered by circumstances, events, others, and even our own self-abuse. I can clearly see if a person’s perspective is from a loving place or a fear-based place. They project whichever one they are living from even when the words are not matching up with the energy they are projecting out.

We don’t have to agree with other people’s actions or views, but if we want UNITY, we have to first see the humanity in each other. Back in 6th century B.C., Greek storyteller Aesop said “United we stand, divided we fall.” We’ve seen and heard these words uttered over and over across categories, titles, genres, and venues. If we want to unite, we can’t just want to see things from our point of view and expect the the rest of the world to fall into place. Unity is in our humanity. It is the ONLY part of us that will experience the same things despite our differences. In our humanity we feel love, fear, joy, hurt, happiness, sadness, encouragement, disappointment, etc. No person’s money, religion, country, politics, race, gender, or sexual preference matter if we connect through what makes us human…LISTEN!

There are so many layers to this. This is just a small piece of a very big UNITED puzzle. But without seeing each other’s humanity, we won’t complete the puzzle. There will continue to be a missing a piece. We will never ALL believe and see the world the same way, so if you depend on that for unity, you will only ever find it in small groups which will keep you divided.

The beauty I’ve found living from a loving place is that I don’t have to agree with people’s beliefs on ANY subject and still see their value. The lessons I’ve learned from other people’s cruelty don’t strip me from seeing their humanity. I see the mentally unhealthy person, and know that it’s not safe or healthy for me to be around them, but I still learn from their story about the dangers of living life through the perspectives of truth that they believe. I see how miserable their perspectives have made them and how it’s hurt their relationships with others. Seeing that person’s humanity helps me to see my own darkness and work on shining light in areas that can easily turn dark if they go unchecked.

If I’m triggered with fear, anger, rage, or hate, I see what parts of me I need to spend time with to heal, so that I don’t project my darkness out to the world and hurt someone else. I don’t ALWAYS do this perfectly, because that is not what the human experience is about. The human experience is about learning. How can I learn if I’m not willing to listen? So, even in my differences with others who want to live from a fear-based place, I still can find a place to unite, grow, and learn. I cannot unite the world, but I can feel united with the world, and I do.

We have arrived at a point in time where we have the ability to listen to people’s stories first hand from all different corners of the world. We have the ability to learn about people’s truths that our different than ours while being safe in our own homes.

If you are looking to try to learn from truths that are different than yours, I suggested doing a meditation first. This helps me to really try to listen to the person’s story and learn from it. I pay close attention to the feelings that are running through me as I listen and see where my thoughts go. I find feelings I’m united in even if they are coming from different perspectives. I listen to hear if their perspective is coming from love or fear. I LOVE when I find people’s stories who are coming from a different way of seeing the world from a loving perspective. Those stories make my soul sing and my heart soar. The love within me expands so much more when I find voices united from loving perspectives. I don’t know if this will be true for you, but when I hear people speaking from fear-based perspectives, I feel so incredibly grateful that I learned a different way of living. Listening to them reminds me of where I once was and how much I’ve grown. Seeing their humanity strengthens my conviction on the way I’ve CHOSEN to live.

I know I need the reminder that unity is in our humanity, because sometimes it’s easy getting stuck in the chaos of what is keeping us divided. When I’m there, it hurts. I feel anxious, disconnected, confused, angry, and sometimes even vengeful if all of that goes unchecked. I know what I need to do to bring me back to peace, and writing these words right now is a part of that process. Thank you for being a part of my journey.

With Love, Compassion, and Gratitude,

©Rachael Wolff 2020
Author of Letters from A Better Me
Available in audiobook, audio CD, ebook, and paperback
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