Life isn’t meant to be a playground…For some

By the Black Gypsy

Life isn’t meant to be a playground FOR some

We are all here for a reason.

Coming into physical bodies. Suffering from different things that we may choose to not disclose.

Like mental health. I love being who I am finally. It took me 30 years. and hospital visits that i am not afraid to admit.

My mother took her life because she was tired of suffering from her depression and knew it was going to be a long journey.

She had depression and may have even been bi polar. But I will never know because nobody cared enough to even check.

I remember when I was a kid, my sister was just say oh nothing is wrong with her, that just mom. You know she is a little “coo coo.” I never understood what that meant.

So her own children ostracized her

Because of a condition she was unaware of or had no control over.

I didn’t go to the funeral because there’s no respects needed to be given from a physical body, when she LIVES with me and on through me. She is still living . Her spirit , everything she’s taught me, everything she stood for, it’s inside of me. I’m here to spread positivity and the words she didn’t have the strength to say.

THE Black Gypsy says-

Positivity and words of kindness goes a long way.

Why are people mean spirited and just evil?

It’s because they may have things in their past lives or past karma that they have to resolve and figure out before they will be able to ever move on.

I’m afraid some get stuck in the physical world and their physical bodies that they may not know how to get out.

Well if you want anything in this life, you have to know how to achieve it first. If you don’t know, how will you know how to get the intangible?

So the black gypsy says –

Be kind

Be friendly

Be carefree

And most importantly. BE POSITIVE the black gypsy says –

Be kind

Be friendly

Be Free

And most importantly, Be Positive , even when you feel like you can’t be

Published by The Black Gypsy

I am The Black Gypsy and first, I would like to Thank You for visiting my blog. I created this blog as a safe haven for myself and a way to share positive thoughts and ways to help others. I found myself through spirituality and music. 
 I am a Veteran who suffers from PTSD and I also suffer from Bi polar and Depression. I also have other disabilities that affect my speaking since birth which causes daily social anxiety in my life, hence why I am an introvert who loves the World Wide Web. My mother was depressed her entire life due to unforeseen circumstances like her darker skin color, mental illness, and abuse and she took hers December 2016. Her spirit lives on through me, my music, and my ideas. 
 I am a singer – Songwriter that focuses on writing songs from my experiences in life . My goal is to serve as a vessel to the divine and to help others find their life purpose through utilizing different tools that have been created for us to use. 
 Please feel free to post positive comments or thoughts as it may help others and may be relatable as well. If you support what this blog is about, check out my music on SoundCloud as well and follow me on Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. I have traveled to nine different countries! I was born and raised in Columbia, SC. I served four years in Hawaii at Pearl Harbor. I lived in Los Angeles, CA for 4 years, New York City for a year and a half. I wanted to create a place where I can openly discuss spirituality, Astrology, and other tools of divinity without judgment. Positivity energy is welcomed and given back! Over the course of the blog I will be doing tarot cards and different interpretations of spiritual perspectives.

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