The Grass Is Never Greener — My Grass Is Purple

For centuries,we have been using the saying “the grass is always greener on the other side” to express our perception that the lives of others is somehow better than ours. And while I understand the idiom, I’m challenged to believe that in actuality, not only is the grass on the other side NOT GREENER, it’s a completely different color.

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Multi medium storyteller | Author | Poet | Curator | Yogi | Somewhere between Lauryn Hill, Nola Darling, & Jesus Christ

Ifie Natasha Brandon

Multi medium storyteller | Author | Poet | Curator | Yogi | Somewhere between Lauryn Hill, Nola Darling, & Jesus Christ