Love and Life Itself


“Walk the Turtle”

Column By: Michael D. Aloia 1-24-16


As we are merely travelers of time and space, we are guided through our journey of life. Guided by our dreams and visions, passions, and desires to fulfill our purpose of what we are created to become.

We each have unique aspects and talents, we are designed to create, seek knowledge and tap into our God-given abilities to become creators of our own destinies, we seek answers and truth about ourselves.

As we shake hands and hug those we meet in life, we acquire inspiration, insight, and ideas that mold our being as we grow as humans; we become conditioned to the elements of betrayal, lies, and mistrust.

We put our hearts and souls, blood, sweat, and tears into our endeavors to build only what we can see deep inside our minds, we strive to manifest and transform these possibilities into realities of our life.

We are all artists, poets, musicians, and visionaries to a certain degree, we each possess the lyrics, rhythms, and vibrations of love within the depths of our hearts, we must tune into our inner frequencies.

Values bestowed upon our spirit allow the grace of time to reinvent ourselves as people, kindness given to those broken becomes a gift to the soul; inspire those that fall into the darkness by warmth of hope.

Walk the turtle with confidence and an open mind, explore the constant changes inside and out while understanding as we grow older the moments that shaped our lives are as precious as love and life itself.

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Mike Aloia is a father of two daughters and a grandfather. He is 50 years old and lives in Jacksonville, Florida. Mike is Cartoonist, Comedian, Musician, Songwriter, Actor, Columnist, and CEO of American Hearts Radio, LLC Entertainment Network. He has experience in Web TV. Radio Entertainment Production, Artist Managament, and other aspects of entertainment. He writes a column with NSAEN entitled "Walk the Turtle" that are his thoughts on slowing down, taking it easy, and enjoying life.