“In Search of America” article — must read!

Dear Friend,

As Divine flow keeps working in my life, I’ve been blessed to meet an amazing and remarkable woman, Kari Leitz, which is pronounced as “Carry Lights” while taking a hike a month or so ago.

My new friend just published a very controversial article about what really happened at NASA’s last shuttle launch, the Atlantis.  As a reporter, she was standing in close proximity to the actual shuttle at launch time, but something went very wrong, and she returned to CA with brain damage.

If this article touches you, please pass it on, as it offers many questions as to what is next and best here.


Thank you, love you!

Wendy Sue

“Life is a gift.  Enjoy the ‘present’ with gratitude!”
 –  Wendy Sue Noah

Inspiration Perspiration Exhileration

I am inspired, and more than anything, I am inspired to share my inspiration.

How did I get this way, you ask?

Good question!

Through blood, sweat, tears, and lots of PERSPIRATION!

Through many bad choices, and even some good choices. 

Really, the whole concept of bad and good is just a judgement on our part.  Even the darkest corner has its wisdom and light. 

So, here I am, single mom of 5.  No blood family anywhere nearby (an East coaster, now in sunny CA).  Since my divorce, I’ve been trying to build up a spiritual community for fun and support, with very mixed results.  Ya know, everyone is real busy doing their busy lives and such. 

As am I.

With all this and more challenges, like we all have, how can I feel so inspired, and be an inspiration to others?

Because I realize the TRUTH that we are all Creators of our own reality.  We choose our lives, really really REALLY!

Everyday, I practice the attributes that I want in my life.

I practice gratitude. Of my breath.  Of my health.  Of my children’s health.  Of the warm sun.  Of the spring flowers.  Of the warm coffee to greet me in the morning.  Etc, etc.

I practice compassion toward myself and others.  We are all human, and we all make mistakes.  So let’s get up and have a better day, a better moment.

I practice service.  What does that mean, exactly?  Well, I ask myself, “how can I serve others today, from the heart”?  In other words, how can I help someone, in some way, for no reason except that it will most definitely return back to me!

It’s like a Karma boomerang, and it is a part of Divine law.  To give and receive from the heart = True Abundance.

Read an article from our beloved Oprah this morning, and she calls these special moments a “God Wink”.  I feel God’s winks all the time!

Do you?!

Try the 3 practices above today, and if it feels good, try it tomorrow.  Soon, it just becomes a lifestyle, and life is GOOD!

Hugs to you,

Wendy Sue / Lady Clarity

“Life is a gift.  Enjoy the ‘present’ with gratitude!”
 –  Wendy Sue Noah


Dear One,

It is with great joy that I inform you that Wendy Sue Noah has been named the first “Goddess of Transformation”

Oh My Goddess is  a community dedicated to spreading joy, connecting hearts and inspiring women to unzip their gifts into the world.

Each month, we will be honoring a woman who is creating change in her own divine way.

And it’s only fitting that we begin this tradition by spotlighting 
the transformational force that is Wendy.

To divine self be true,
Wendi Knox

Execu-Goddess/ Oh My Goddess
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Authority of the Heart


Hello my friend,

Here is an article that I wrote for Sun Magazine‘s Reader’s Write area about 6 months ago, with the topic of “Authority” .  They chose not to publish it, and something recently nudged me to publish it myself , so here it is — enjoy!

My confusion about who I was escalated at age 12, as I was going through puberty, as well as kissing my first boyfriend.  On top of all of that natural confusion, my parents announce that we were moving to New England.  Sounded like another country to me, as I was born and raised in New Jersey, and lived in the same town since I was old enough to say my name!

In Edison, NJ, Heidi and I were the only Jews in our grade, and I experienced Anti-Semitism on subtle and not-so-subtle levels.   I’ll never forget when girls whom I thought were my friends would not let me join their “sisterhood” group because I was Jewish.  Or when I was spit at and called a “dirty Jew” for what seemed like absolutely no reason at all.  Or, even more difficult to understand was why all my friends had Santa come down their chimney to bring them lots of gifts, and how Santa somehow missed our home.  Did our chimney have a Jewish star on it?,” I wondered.

After spending 7 years in the same school, from Kindergarten to 6th grade, we moved to a very nice suburb called Sharon, MA, also known as “little Israel” in the Boston area.  My parents were happy to bring my brother and me to a nice town with “people like us”.  Yet, for me, I no longer felt like I was moving to another country, I landed on another planet!

Not only did I dress differently, talk with a different accent, and like all the wrong sports teams, I was not accustomed to hanging around with Jewish people. 

I realized that I didn’t fit in anywhere, and decided to become an Explorer of life until I found my true home.  Soon after college, I moved to San Francisco with the innate knowledge that I would find myself there.  After several years, I started to feel more lost as to who I truly was, and sought after an Authority figure, a Spiritual Master.

In my quest for such, I met “Ken”, a much older (17 years my senior) and captivating black man, who was on a mission to start his own religion based on spiritual principles, and who informed me that God wanted me to join him.

With blind faith in my new Authority figure, we held a spiritual marriage to serve God.  He told me to leave everything and everyone behind, that that was the only way to truly serve God and not this world.  So I ended all of my relationships, including with my family, and eventually moved to LA, where he lived, to join him in our spiritual journey together.

10 years and 5 babies later, after much abuse and control, he threw me out on the street and took our children to his sister’s house.  He was through with me, as I was starting to wake up and challenge his incontestable authority.  Therefore, Ken no longer needed me and disposed of me like useless compost.

With no friends in LA (“Ken” was sure of that), and my family back East, I opened up my arms and heart to God, praying for help and assistance.  As Divine partners, we found free legal help, and I won full custody of the children, as well as escaped 6-months of homelessness, and a 1-year stint in a gang neighborhood in a roach infested house.

Now, we have a lovely home AND a beautiful life.  Now I know who the True Authority is, the only Authority. 


Love thy neighbor as YOURSELF!

Hello my friend,

After another absolutely amazing visit at the Agape Spiritual Center (http://agapelive.com/), I really resonated with Reverend Michael Bernard Beckwith’s wisdom and practice of loving your neighbor, and wishing for them the same happiness you’d like for yourself.

At the service, he’s talking about literally loving your neighbor, which is whomever is sitting next to you at that time.  When I first starting attending Agape in person (as opposed to streaming it through my computer, which I did for about a year before taking the LEAP), this exercise made me a bit uncomfortable, as we are told to look in one another eyes, and tell your sitting neighbor how beautiful they are, and how you see their greatness, etc., etc.

As well, we are asked to hold hands with our neighbors and to wish them the same happiness in life that we wish for ourselves.  AS we are all a part of the same holographic universe, a part of the same life breath, the same Creator.

This is taking the “love thy neighbor as yourself” to another level all together!  If we can wish a stranger neighbor to have the same kind of happiness that we want for ourselves, and really mean it –> then in turn, we are sharing the love, peace and harmony that we want, and that MUST return to us, as that is Divine natural law.

To me, this is the true essence of spirituality
.  My religious friends think spirituality is this new age airy fairy thing, and it could be that to some.  For me, spirituality is about living and breathing in a space of love and plenitude for all living beings, as One.

Simple, yet very challenging, as it goes against our cultural training of being separate, better, judgmental, jealous, greedy, racist (or any of the ism’s), etc., etc.

After our Agape service, I decided to try to carry on this “love thy neighbor as yourself” concept.  So when we went shopping at the 99 cent store, I made eye contact and sent love to my fellow consumers.  It felt GREAT!  I received many smiles back, and one man actually stumbled as if he was hit with an energetic force that he was not accustomed to!


Why don’t you try it, not just with friends, family, and neighbors you see (and like or dislike) everyday, but next time you are out in public, like at a Starbucks or at the post office.  Just send love and healing thoughts to those around you.

And then let me know how it goes!! 

My vibration was lifted, was yours?

With much love and gratitude to you,

Wendy Sue / Lady Clarity

“Be a TRANSFORMIST, not a conformist”— Reverend Michael Bernard Beckwith

Juggling into Sanity

Hello and WELCOME to my new blog!


Do you juggle?  No, really?  I do, it is a hobby that keeps me sane and keeps my kids entertained!


Live is one big juggle, isn’t it?  Family, friends, work, home, and now… the ever-demanding HOLIDAYS!


So, I’ve started this blog as a way to share some of the Divine wisdom that has kept me going strong, as a single and professional mom of 5.


For today, I must say that one of the biggest break-throughs for me is that I do not have to FINISH what I START, well, at least in 1 day (or 1 week, 1 month, etc.).  In other words, it helps so much to actually break things down in increments instead of putting all that pressure to only start something when I can find the time (where oh where is that time?!) to finish it!


Does this resonate with you, too?


Do share your wisdom here, as well!


Hugs to you,


Wendy Sue


The Beauty of the Pigeon

What?  You ask…

Pigeons are NOT beautiful?!


When I lived in Palo Alto, I was taking a leisurely stroll down the main street, and came across a pigeon who had fallen and was bleeding on the concrete sidewalk.  Everyone just walked around this poor suffering bird.

But not me.  I saw it’s cry for help, it’s beauty as a precious living being.  So, I went into the nearest store and asked if I could use their phone (this was before the cell phone days) to call for help.

Story goes that I was asked to collect the “bird” (as I had called it) and bring it to them so they can try to help it.  And I did.  Found a cardboard box, moved it on to it, and drove us to the animal emergency center.

When I got there, they looked shocked at first.

“This is a pigeon.”

As if a pigeon does not deserve the same kind of care as, say, a robin?  OR any of God’s Divine creatures?!

I’m remembering this story due to an event that happened today.  A friend and I were having a lovely Mexican lunch, overlooking the ocean on a beautiful sunny day.  Just perfect.

There were lovely sparrows flying all about us in a very playful manner, and their beauty fit in perfect with the beauty of the day.  When I mentioned to my friend that there was one sparrow hanging out above his shoulder, he replied,

“Yea, it’s just a sparrow.  And a hungry one, waiting to eat whatever scraps we leave here…”

He could not see the beauty of the sparrow, even after I pointed out how playful they were, etc. 

This is you and me.  We choose to see what we want to see, through our own lenses, and most of the time, because of our own self-implied limitations, we miss out on the fact that we live in a most:


and that


Wendy Sue / Lady Clarity

Life has been your art.  You have set yourself to music. 
Your days are your sonnets
.” — Oscar Wilde

The Cancellation of Obligation

Dear Friend and Fellow Seeker,

Have you run across the bitter pill called OBLIGATION — with family, friends, churches, temples, schools, etc., etc.?

First, let’s define obligation from the Merriam Webster dictionary, to make sure we are all on the same page here:

Obligation:  to cause (a person) to give in to pressure or to bind legally or morally : constrain

Yes, it is a constraint, especially when done morally.  Legally, well, you can fight the law if you must — but when a family member or a church friend obligates you to do such and such, there is little choice but to succumb or to deal with the repercussions of not following THEIR obligation properly.


OK, I’m not one to be constrained, or at least not very well, being the hummingbird that I am.  Yet, I’ve dealt with more constraint than most.  It’s interesting, when you run from something, it has a way to catch you on your blind side.

Now, I can honestly say that I never want to feel obligated, or constrained, again.  Of course, I am obliged to perform my professional duties, as I am receiving much appreciated income in return.

I am obliged to be as good a mother as possible, as God has blessed me with precious children that require my care and love.

In the same breath, however, I will not allow close relationships or church memberships to obligate me to do or be something that is not what I want to do or be!

I’ve been stewing on this obligations thing for awhile now, as it has always made my skin crawl, yet so many live in this fashion, and think it is OK.

My point in all of this is that maybe we can all try something new and RAISE the vibration of communities today –> instead of obligating a person, why not honor that person for who she / he is to you, and request for help (or whatever) with NO expectations or demands.  With humility and gratitude.

Maybe we can try to transform obligation from irritation to a celebration, where we celebrate one another and our gifts that we share together!


Lady Clarity / Wendy Sue

Life has been your art.  You have set yourself to music. 
Your days are your sonnets
.” — Oscar Wilde

A New Day in every Way


You clicked here, so maybe you are looking for a,

Quick inspiration, to enjoy this new day,

In every way,

So, how do you do IT?

SUBMIT yourself to a day of gratitude

OMIT the negativity and excuses

EMIT love, peace and generosity

PERMIT yourself a special treat and

RECOMMIT to enjoy this day as the Gift that it is…

And so it IS

With peace and love to you,

Wendy Sue aka Lady Clarity

“I was blind, but now I see ~ hence the name, Lady Clarity”. 

In honor of the 4th year anniversary of my “Liberation Day”

I am re-posting my first year blog entry — sure puts things into perspective!

Soon, I will share what my most magnificent and awesome 4th year celebration looks like (still in it!) — watch this space:

What a day, my friend.

Today is my one year anniversary… of what, you ask?

Well, of total freedom, tremendous difficulties and learning how to truly trust God — to let go and let God. 

Exactly one year from today, on September 29, 2007 — my (supposedly) spiritual husband of 10 years threw me out on the street with a totally false temporary restraining order against me to (supposedly) protect him and our 5 children (because I was no longer under his spell).

On 9/27/07 — I was homeless, childless and penniless.  Oh yes, and let’s add friendless (as my ex made sure that I had no friends — part of his demonic control over me) and family-less –> as I am from Boston, and all my relatives are back East.

Sounds hopeless, yes?  You can bet that last year, at this exact time, I did not have any idea as to how I was going to survive such a dastardly attack on my entire being, and felt thoroughly hopeless and helpless. 

For a minute.

One of my ex’s ex-wives offered me her study to stay in while I got myself together.  If it wasn’t for her, I would have been sleeping in my car.

With the basics of a roof over my head and a warm smile and heart around me, I was able to gather myself together enough to find free legal help from a family law firm, and fight my ex for full custody of the children.

The biggest concern of my lawyers was how the Judge could possibly give me full custody of 5 children when I had no home, job or money?

That was a big one.  See, my ex transported all my children to his sister’s large home in Lancaster, where she not only has physical room for them to stay, but she never married and always wanted children… so, hey, she thought that she could have mine!

They truly believed that they could just get rid of me like that.

All I could do was pray and pray, cry and cry.  Didn’t see my children for 6 weeks, and it was killing me inside and out.  That was the hardest struggle during this year – to not being able to see, hold, kiss my babies.

So I gave myself to God totally — “My Lord, I have nothing but you.  No home, no children, no money, no family… so take me and do what You will — if you want me to have full custody of the children, so be it, I will do whatever I need to do to give them the best life I can.”

And with that commitment, and my surrender, true surrender — I won full custody, even without a home / money.

We’ve been through a very rocky road over this last year, with no doubt.  Stay tuned for a book to come — as it is not to impress but to inspire — to inspire anyone, any woman who believes that she needs to stay in a violent or abusive situation and that there is no way out.

There is — believe me.  With faith, confidence and love — with trust and strength — anything is possible.

Hey, we had 6 months of homelessness — 4 at a man’s home who turned out to be totally neurotic and verbally / mentally abusive (after selflessly offering us temporary shelter), 2 in a small motel room in a raunchy neighborhood (imagine, with 1 adult and 5 children — it was horrible!) to finally finding a home we could afford through Welfare’s help in May of 2008.

Then, after a month in our new home, Welfare sanctions my children and my benefits are substantially cut to almost nothing!!

Scared of being homeless again, I decided to fight Welfare, and just got worn down and no where fast.  Was told it is a huge bureaucratic system, and fighting it won’t get me anywhere.

So, I finally relaxed.  And, again, let go and let God.  Soon after, I made contact with an old colleague in San Francisco, where I used to live and work as a professional, and she hired me for a part-time consulting gig that I love, and that is paying my rent!  Work I can do at home on my own schedule.  Total blessing!

She told me how she was telling her husband over breakfast how she really needs help with this particular project and doesn’t know where to find it — out of the blue, her husband stated that maybe she needs to find someone who used to be in the (Internet) Industry, took some time off to have babies, and is now looking to come back.

He felt me — the Universe works that way when you enter the flow instead of control.

When we re-connected, she was amazed that I was a mom looking to come back, and finds our work together “magical”.

How did I spend my day?  Well, I worked in the morning.  Then took myself out for lunch, and then to a local park for a lovely walk around a lake, where I hugged ancient trees and communed with busy squirrels securing their nuts for the winter.  Quacked with the ducks and enjoyed the sun playing hide and seek in and out of the clouds.

Now it is late evening, and I am celebrating my anniversary with some champagne and enchanting music.

Oh yes, it is also Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year.   Was born into a Jewish family, and honoring my roots, so I have two major celebrations in one!!

Thank you for listening, reading and being a part of my magnificent day.

God bless you,

Wendy Sue / Lady Clarity

“I was blind, but now I see ~ hence the name, Lady Clarity”.