My New Theme Song and Why

Fire, Flame, Wood, Charred, Ash, Brand, Burn, Heat, Hot

“When surrounded by the ashes of all that I once cherished, despite my best efforts I can find no room to be thankful. But standing there amidst endless ash I must remember that although the ashes surround me, God surrounds the ashes. And once that realization settles upon me, I am what I thought I could never be … I am thankful for ashes.”

― Craig D. Lounsbrough


“All things of grace and beauty such that one holds them to one’s heart have a common provenance in pain. Their birth in grief and ashes.”

― Cormac McCarthy, The Road


“It’s not about the ashes, for they tell a tale of what was. It’s about having a vision sufficient to understand that the tale that lies among the ashes stands ready to build the dream that will rise above the ashes.”

― Craig D. Lounsbrough

“You may kill a fire. And everything you know falls to dust and ash. Yet the remarkable treasure in this seemingly hopeless pile, is hidden deep within. The burning embers incarnate the perpetual desire to go from spark to flame.”

― Akilnathan Logeswaran


“I keep finding the ashes of the man I unequivocally loved, everywhere.
Everytime, I go to bed, they are displaced about my covers when memories flood back in my mind.
When I glance at my skin, the ashes are smeared on my skin like hand prints from a tragic crime scene.
When you cross my mind, the ashes of moments of intimacy fall to my heart, my body forcefully expell them through my lungs and tear ducts.
The ashes spew out in an eruption of utter chaos. The ashes block out my perception of love and self value. My sight is distorted to truth and trust. The particles of ashe prevent me from forgetting.

ANONYMOUS”
― Starr.


“Maybe it took the ugly things–the ashes, the scraps, the dirt–to grow the beautiful things.”

― Grace A. Johnson, Prisoner at Heart


“When you can share the lessons you learnt through tears and heartache and others find life in it and are better off for it, then beauty has come out of those ashes.”

― TemitOpe Ibrahim


“From the ashes

I rise.

I am blooming

into something radiant.”

― Melody Lee, Moon Gypsy

XO Lisa

2 comments on “Grateful for Ashes

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