Last week, my autobiographical short story was released to read for free on T.W.N. I hope readers find it encouraging and enlightening. I'm not used to putting out personal content - therefore, it was a challenge for me. I'm glad I did it, though, and am happy that I can cross yet another writing project... Continue Reading →
Some incredible stuff is happening! I'm taking the advice. https://spirituallyawkward.com/2022/08/01/celestial-events-of-this-year-2022/
The new year has already provided me with some challenges. There's been so much to do and a lot of influences and thoughts I have to sift through. That's part of the growth process, especially when you are serious about spirituality. After dealing with a bad head cold and allergy attacks, which are still... Continue Reading →
Happy New Year to everyone joining my on this journey! I hope you took the time to reconnect with family in whatever way possible, and that you maintain the bonds of love and friendship not only this year but into the future, as well. I'm happy to announce that a new installment of the mini... Continue Reading →
A new literary/research project will be revealed this coming Tuesday on Superlative Deviation. Stay tuned! E.W.
First excerpt of revised poetry selected to appear in my new book has been posted to T.W.N. Check it out!
…The stone wall and the canon
Met them with a fearful ROAR!
They blew a kiss and whispered Love –
The canon was no more.
The stone wall raised its thorns
As they silently approached –
To them it was a gateway
And blossoming vines encroached…
Impostors are these archons?
I have no doubt they know
The purest generation,
That their hearts as white as snow.
Poetry Copyright © 2018 – 2023 by Ena Whiteraven All rights reserved.
Revised poem (excerpt). Complete version will appear in my new poetry book.
I hope everyone made the most of their Thanksgiving holiday. We should be giving thanks to the Heavens and spending time with family all year 'round, but this is the official day when everyone participates together. For us, Thanksgiving looks a little different because of our understanding of history, belief systems, family, and... Continue Reading →