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                                       “Happiness is a state of mind”

“Joy is a movement of vital fire and makes the soul pick up its vibration. Abut this can only happen if the cause of joy – moral or physical -arguments vitality with a gleam of consciousness.

For the soul, being Fire and Light lives on Fire and Light. Its tendency is to expand to the universal, and therefore its joy is in liberation from personal limitations.

The joys of the world are extinguished by pain, but true joy is impersonal and therefore knows nothing of pain, in fact uses it as fuel.” Chapter 24; JOY; The Opening of The Way; A Practical Guide To The Wisdom Of Ancient Egypt; Isha Schwaller De Lubicz, Author of HER-BAK

Joy and happiness are wonderful feelings to experience, but are very different. Joy is more consistent and is cultivated internally. It comes when you make peace with who you are, why you are and how you are, whereas happiness tends to be externally triggered and is based on other people, things, places, thoughts and events.


Don’t Ignore Depression

Recognize Symptoms

Symptoms of depression can include feeling down, loss of appetite, a lack of interest in activities that used to bring joy, or changes in sleeping patterns, such as sleeping too much or too little. It’s important to recognize and treat depression because it can influence how well you recover from stroke, physically and cognitively. The depression can also worsen your quality of life, and even hasten death.


My name is Trazana A. Staples!

I had a Stroke!

I Am a Stroke Survivor!

I Am a Phoenix Rising!

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Stroke & Aphasia Awareness


Alternative Stroke Recovery Fundraiser

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A Virtual Gathering for Stroke Survivors



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