Mel Reads from Vanessa by the Sea – (4 of 40) The Road by the Ocean

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February 16, 2015 by crazylemonlove

Read 4 of 40- The Road By the Ocean (Mel acknowledges the Ocean as ‘Accountabillabuddy’ in the process of understanding unconscious patterning)

Excerpt —

The last quote Herman Melville uses in Moby Dick is “And I only escaped alone to tell thee.” from Job — before he writes “The drama’s done. Why then here does anyone step forth? — Because one did survive the wreck.” I am here on the road by the ocean to bare witness to my life beyond the illusion out of the confusion, into love.

This giant body of water now divining rod, expanding the presence of my unconscious as memories are resurrecting. reanimating what has so long ago been left for dead in the echoes of tomorrow burst into being as the waves sing their song, ‘Trust, Faith, Love.’



Enjoy tonights Sunday read.

Vanessa by the Sea shares the working relationship between me and my therapist joined together in weekly therapy sessions to heal and grow and uncover the truth of love, using the road by the ocean as a metaphor for the gateway to the unconscious inspiring life’s biggest lesson in unconditional love and friendship.

Vanessa by the Sea is the core truth of allowing nature’s brilliance to unfold with Love reflecting the power that is in us but not of us.

Lots of Love, Mel

Melanie Lutz I love Vanessa by the Sea VBS

If you have any questions or are interested in reading a galley version of Melanie Lutz’s Vanessa by the Sea please contact with I LOVE VBS!

Melanie Lutz is a screenwriter living in Los Angeles.


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